Children of KLA martyrs protest the memorial letter sent by Kosovar Prime Minister Albin Kurti for murdered Kosovo Serb politician Olivier Ivanovic.
Protesters chanting against Prime Minister Albin Kurti in the protest in front of the Prime Minister’s Building held banners reading “Prime Minister don’t glorify criminals”, “Ivanović killed Albanians, don’t forgive him” and “Prime Minister, stop distorting history”.
Speaking at the protest, Berat Beqiri, the son of a martyr of the KLA, stated that they organized this act to express their deep anger at the successive attempts of political representatives to distort history, and said: “We have all been witnesses for 23 years.” He said that “war and destructive actions were And she still spoke in the name of the people.” Noting that Kurti’s words about Ivanovic were arrows piercing wounds, Beqiri said, “This was another shock to all of us and a serious public insult.”
The children of the KLA martyrs in the protest demonstration demanded the resignation of Prime Minister Kurti.
In his celebratory message, which was published on the fifth anniversary of Ivanović’s death, Kurti said, “As someone working for a stable future and a multi-ethnic Kosovo, I hope that the memory of Oliver Ivanović will live on.” I used this phrase. Oliver Ivanović, head of the People’s Initiative for “Freedom, Democracy and Justice” in Kosovo, was seriously injured in an armed attack in front of his office in North Mitrovica on January 16, 2018, and died in the hospital where he was taken. He was sentenced to 9 years in prison in 2016 for crimes committed against Albanian civilians during the war. The Supreme Court overturned this decision in 2017 and ordered a retrial of Ivanović. Ivanović was on trial before he was killed.
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