US Embassy in Tirana reacts over Rama's idea of a common president

 The US Embassy in Tirana has reacted to the statement of Albania's Prime Minister, Edi Rama, about the speech held in the Kosovo Assembly on the occasion of the 10th anniversary of Independence, where he spoke of a joint president.

In an announcement via the social network Twitter, it is said that the casual language that alludes for unification is useless and undermines Albania's relations with neighboring countries.

"The US Embassy was disappointed by Prime Minister Rama statement on Albania and Kosovo on the occasion of the 10th anniversary of Kosovo's Independence. The careless language that alludes to unity is useless and undermines Albania's relations with neighboring countries. We call on leaders to be good neighbors and to set aside the separation language of the past," the embassy statement distributed through two Twitter posts said.

The Embassy's reaction comes a day after in an exclusive interview for "Top Channel", Prime Minister Rama said his sentence removed off from the context.

"I made no statement! A free sentence is detached from the context and turned into a political program. In that case, I allowed myself to run with imagination, of how can be the 20th anniversary of Kosovo's Independence.

It's national sport, but also international, to breake out a sentence from the context and then make a story. But I believe nobody stops me from imagining. As for the articulation, of how this can happen from the legislative point of view, my imagination has not gone up there," Rama declared.
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