The Syrian resistance will prepare the guerrilla war against the regime of Bashar al-Assad in the mountains of Kosova. According to the Albanian newspaper "Shekulli" on its online page.According to the newspaper, a delegation from the Syrian opposition went to the capital Prishtina, where he had contacts with the authorities of the country and with the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Enver Hoxhaj.
The Syrian head of delegation, Ammar Abduhamid, expressed appreciation for the liberation war of Kosova and for the ways that have led the country to free itself from one of the most ferocious regimes of the Balkans, that of Slobodan Miloševic."We have much to learn from your experience and your ability to quickly internationalize the repression and genocide perpetrated against your population", the head of the Syrian opposition delegation expressed himself. The same situation is being repeated by them, where the regime of Bashar al-Assad has put the army, the police and armed paramilitaries to exterminate the opposition, causing countless victims among the Syrian civilian population.
As a base for the training of Syrian guerrillas we will use the camps used in the past by the UÇK (Army for the Liberation of Kosova), and furthermore - according to Kosovo government sources - the support will be provided across the board, according to the possibilities of the young Balkan republic.
It is no coincidence that the Syrian delegation was received by the head of diplomacy, Foreign Minister Hoxhaj, who was fully committed to having his country recognized by new governments in the world. One of these is assumed to be the next government led by today's Syrian opposition. Currently the Syrian leader al-Asad, under Russian influence, refuses to acknowledge this independence and the Thaçi government's move also seems to be motivated by this reason.
So far, Kosova has been recognized by 92 states of the world since its independence from Serbia. Among these is also present most of the European countries, including Italy, with the exception of Greece, Cyprus, Romania, Slovakia and Spain.
Meanwhile, in Syria the violence of pro-government military and paramilitary forces continues, despite the ceasefire proclaimed by the mediation of the United Nations and the Arab League.