29 Nëntor 2019 10:51
Vetevendosje leader and likely prime minister of Kosovo, Albin Kurti, is visiting the town of Durres in Albania which on Tuesday was hit by a 6.4-magnitude earthquake leaving 49 people dead and hundreds wounded.
Addressing media from Durres, Kurti said that the Kosovo Security Force (KSF) and Albanian Army have excellent cooperation in their search-and-rescue operations. “We came to see the situation on the ground. I believe that in such crisis, the army is the best tool offering the necessary organisation. The KSF and Albanian Army have excellent cooperation. With their professionalism, they are warming our hearts that we will overcome this situation. I believe that two of our Government should meet and discuss the aftermath of the quake,” Kurti stated. Outgoing prime minister of Kosovo, Ramush Haradinaj, is also expected to visit Albania today. /GazetaExpress/