Kurti rejects those elected, wants to erase Serbs: Djuric on Self-Determination leader's statement
"Kurti's Greater Albania isn't there and won't be. There will be no independent Kosovo either. Lying to his own people that he can achieve this by threatening Serbia and oppressing the Serbs will not do him or Kosovo and Metohija any good," Djuric pointed out
Director of the Government Office for Kosovo and Metohija Marko Duric says that the Greater Albania project and the erasure of Serbia and Serbs from the map is the backbone of the program of the leader of the Self-Determination Movement Albin Kurti, and that he for that reason doesn't want to talk with those whom Serbs (in Kosovo) have voted for.
"It's possible that Kurti won't become the prime minister of self-proclaimed Kosovo, but could easily carry the title of Kosovo's Baron Munchausen. Kurti is lying to the whole world that he is supposedly a democrat, but he's unable to calculate that 10 is always greater than 0," Duric told Tanjug last night.
He said that instead of a message of congratulations - which Kurti himself did not send to those elected by the Serbs because of his obvious intolerance - his message was that Kosovo has not been inherited and is not owned by Kurti or his "Enverist followers."
"He does not want to talk to the democratically elected Serb representatives - we thank him! He saved us time and energy in explaining to the world who he is and what he is - a Greater Albania, chauvinist extremist who tramples on basic democratic principles, dreams of the destruction of Serbs and Serbia, and spends his whole life on hate and dreams of a Greater Albania and an independent Kosovo that will never come true," stressed Djuric.
He points out that Kurti wants to talk to those who have received 0.08 percent of the vote, but won't even hear about those who won 98 percent.
"Kurti's Greater Albania isn't there and won't be. There will be no independent Kosovo either. Lying to his own people that he can achieve this by threatening Serbia and oppressing the Serbs will not do him or Kosovo and Metohija any good," Djuric stressed.
He added that Kurti is bragging about not speaking with the democratically elected representatives of an entire nation, the second most numerous in the province in which he lives, and the most numerous in the country of which he is a citizen.
"Serbian citizen Kurti is deceiving the Albanian people with cheap chauvinist rhetoric directed against Serbs. His chauvinist dreams of a Greater Albania are his true nature," Djuric said.
He also warned that nobody in Serbia should be "harboring dangerous illusions about Albin Kurti as a supposed new leader who is replacing the war generation of Albanian politicians."
According to him, Kurti is more separatist than separatists, somebody who has spent his entire life warring and fighting for the creation of a Greater Albania, and has been, for the last two and a half decades, fighting exclusively against Serbia and Serb interests.
"It's about a man who hates the president of Serbia, Aleksandar Vucic, and loves (former communist leader of Albania) Enver Hoxha, and a person who makes insults at the expense of female members of the Vucic family," said Duric.
He said Kurti is an utterly extreme and radical, militant chauvinist politician, rather than a new face of Kosovo as some local and international circles want to present him - which obviously isn't getting in the way of Kurt in announcing new pressure and trampling of Serbs.
"Enver Hoxha's faithful follower wouldn't like to speak with those chosen by the people but with those whom the Serbs rejected with contempt. It's a case of openly mocking democracy and a threat to the future of all citizens of Kosovo and Metohija, and it's a policy that will not pass in Serbia - especially in its southern parts," concluded Djuric.