Monday, March 27, 2006

Çeku more moderate than Chirac

Koha Ditore carries an opinion piece by Brussels correspondent Augustin Palokaj
who says that the high ranking EU and NATO officials have expressed
congratulations and praises for Prime Minister Agim Çeku. In him, they have seen
will and honesty to work, especially to reach out to Serbian minority. However,
these praises are clearly a pressure on Kosovo Government and a sign that the
international community is disappointed with what has been achieved so far and
they expect more.

Palokaj recalls Çeku’s inauguration speech at the Assembly when he spoke in
three languages, a sign of moderated leader, and mentions the case when the
French President Jacque Chirac leaf the EU Summit just because a French
businessman spoke in English.

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