AHMETI OPENS ILLEGAL UCK MUSEUM
Leader of the National Liberation Army, Ali Ahmeti, opened an illegal museum of the National Liberation Army, Macedonians Vecer newspaper writes on Saturday.
At the presence of all Albanian ministers, MPs of the Democratic Union for Integration, and guest from Albania and Kosovo, Ahmeti announced the Museum of Freedom (more popular as the National Liberation Army Museum) officially open.
The ceremony was held on the Day of the Albanian Flag. Earlier, Ahmeti and Albanian historians took part in a celebration at the Albanian theatre in Skopje.
Ahmeti also referred to Macedonia as 'Dardania'. The government did not want to react on Ahmeti's remarks. Ahmeti and his party are part of the coalition of prime minister Nikola Gruevski.
FOCUS News Agency reminds: the National Liberation Army was closed down after the signing of an agreement, which put an end to the conflicts in Macedonia in 2001. The National Liberation Army was transformed into a political party. Its leader Ali Ahmeti is now at the helm of the biggest party of the ethnic Albanians in Macedonia – Democratic Union for Integration.