Shkodra Mayor: we must be governed by international commission; Austrian ambassador: we're not in 1913

Shkodra Mayor: we must be governed by international commission; Austrian ambassador: we're not in 1913
Voltana Ademi
 A day earlier, the mayor of Shkodra, Voltana Ademi, sent a letter to some ambassadors of Western countries expressing concern about the situation created after June 30 elections and proposed that same as in 1913, Shkodra be taken over by an international administration and not be allowed the winner of the Socialist Party to become mayor until regular elections take place.

"In the years 1913 -1914 and 1918-1920, this city of vital importance to the whole nation was governed by the international commissions of great powers. And maybe is again the case, not just for Shkodra!" Ademi wrote.

One of the countries that Mrs. Ademi asked for help was also Austria. The Austrian ambassador to Tirana Johann Sattler replied.

Shkodra Mayor: we must be governed by international commission; Austrian ambassador: we're not in 1913
 Johann Sattler
"We are ready to discuss. But 2019 is not 1913. Albania aspires to open talks with the European Union. This requires the ability to solve political problems. And for this, the season of conflict will be followed by the conflict resolution season. Albanians want to go undisturbed on vacation," wrote Sattler.

It is no accident returning the response from the Austrian ambassador.

In the dark years of the world war Shkodra was rescued by Austria-Hungary. After the Ottomans fled the city, the Montenegrins entered, and only the fierce intervention of Vienna pushed them away.
Shkodra Mayor: we must be governed by international commission; Austrian ambassador: we're not in 1913 Shkodra Mayor: we must be governed by international commission; Austrian ambassador: we're not in 1913 Tuesday, July 09, 2019 Rating: 5
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