Kurti after the homage to Rugova: We hope that the 14th anniversary will be with justice and development – Latest News
The acting president, Vjosa Osmani and the head of LVV, Albin Kurti have paid homage to the grave of the historic president of Kosovo, Ibrahim Rugova, today on the 13th anniversary of the declaration of independence, reports Zeri.info.
After the homage, Osmani congratulated the citizens of the country on the 13th anniversary of independence.
She stressed that we honored the historic president, Ibrahim Rugova, the man who opened the doors of the world so that the voice of the people can be heard everywhere.
“Today we started the ceremony with the raising of the state flag by our army by the Kosovo Security Force and now we are continuing with homage to the people who have given everything for us today to enjoy freedom and independence. We honored the architect of Kosovo’s independence, the historic president Dr. Ibrahim Rugova, the man who sublimated and unified the demands of Kosovo Albanians for freedom, independence and sovereignty and the man who opened the doors of the world so that our voice, the voice of our people to ring and be heard everywhere “, said Osmani.
Kurtoi also congratulated the 13th anniversary, saying that he wishes the 14th year of our independent state to be with justice and development.
“Congratulations on the 13th anniversary with hope and confidence that the 14th year of our independent state will be with justice, democratization and development,” he said.
Kurti said they laid fresh flowers at the grave of the first president in liberated Kosovo.
“Today we remember the national historical personalities who contributed in different phases and ways, so we laid fresh flowers to the first president, Dr. Ibrahim Rugova, who was also the first president in liberated Kosovo to continue in other activities,” he said.
He also thanked all the citizens who have contributed to this day.
“We thank the citizens who have contributed to this these days and we remember all the martyrs and martyrs who are no longer thanks to whom we have freedom,” said Kurti. / Voice