Albanian PM Edi Rama posts recording of Clinton's call to bomb Serbia
Rama published the speech of the former US president on the occasion of the anniversary of the start of NATO 's aggression against Serbia
On the occasion of the anniversary of the start of the NATO aggression against SRJ (Federal Republic of Yugoslavia - Serbia and Montenegro), Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama published today on Twitter the speech of former US President Bill Clinton from March 24, 1999, in which he calls for the bombing of Belgrade, and which Rama said marked an indelible date in the history of American-Albanian relations.
Adresimi historik i Presidentit Bill Clinton për bombardimin e regjimit nacional-socialist të Beogradit në mbrojtje të Kosovës së martirizuar, e bën datën e sotme një datë të pashlyeshme në historinë e marrëdhënieve shqiptaro-amerikane🇦🇱🇽🇰❤️🇺🇸 https://t.co/sRyhb50Qnz
— Edi Rama (@ediramaal) March 24, 2021
"President Bill Clinton's historic address to bomb the national socialist regime in Belgrade in defense of oppressed Kosovo, makes today an indelible date in the history of Albanian-American relations," Rama wrote on Twitter.
22 years ago, the NATO aggression tarted during which, according to data that has not been officially harmonized, between 1,500 and 3,500 people were killed and more than 12,000 were wounded during 78 days of uninterrupted air attacks.
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