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Written by SOT.COM.AL 28 Shtator 2022
The former president of Albania Bamir Topi together with the former prime minister Pandeli Majko have left for The Hague to visit the former leaders of the KLA who have been in custody for about two years.
The former President of Kosovo, Behgjet Pacolli, took care of their trip, taking them there with his private plane.
Jetlir Zyberaj from Pacolli's team published a picture of Majko and Topi getting on the plane.
Pacolli planned to take the former presidents and former prime ministers of Kosovo and Albania to The Hague to meet the four former heads of the KLA, but the former heads of state of Kosovo rejected his invitation.
The former presidents of Albania, Alfred Moisiu, Rexhep Meidani and Bamir Topi, have been confirmed to have accepted Pacolli's invitation, together with the former Albanian prime minister, Pandeli Majko.
The former presidents of Kosovo, Fatmir Sejdiu and Atifete Jahjaga, have rejected Pacolli's invitation.
Sejdiu said a few days ago that he does not want to talk, and that his position is known.
"Look, I gave him an answer yesterday. I have nothing else to add and comment more. […] I gave him an answer yesterday and I have nothing more to do. I have given my position and point. I have given my position in press conferences constantly, or in the debates that I have held and I have the positions that you all know", said Sejdiu, mentioning that "the presumption of innocence is the basic principle in justice".