Prime Minister Edi Rama has described as unacceptable the announcement of a day of mourning in Serbia for the three terrorists killed in the north of Kosovo.
According to him, it is unacceptable to declare national mourning for Serbian terrorists, while he added that this act of the Serbian state must be condemned.
The Albanian prime minister made these comments during a media conference in Zagreb, where he met with his Croatian counterpart, Andrej Plenkovic.
"It is not acceptable that in the middle of Europe and in the middle of a region where all the countries have expressed their will to become members of the European Union, a criminal group armed to the teeth, militarily with illegal uniforms takes the life of an officer police and then enjoy the highest honor that can exist, national mourning in the country from which it originated. This is the climax, unacceptable, unjustifiable and reprehensible", said Rama.
The Serbian government announced September 27, a day of national mourning for the killing of four terrorists, who attacked the Kosovo police with weapons.