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Serbianna
09-06-06, 21:40
Chinese delegation in Albania, talk of Gitmo 5 likely
Friday, June 09, 2006 7:37 AM

TIRANA, Albania-A delegation of Chinese parliamentarians will visit Albania Friday, the first official visit since five Chinese Muslims sought asylum here after being released from the U.S. prison at Guantanamo Bay.

The delegation, invited by the Albanian Parliament Speaker Jozefina Topalli, will also meet Saturday with President Alfred Moisiu and Prime Minister Sali Berisha, the parliament said.

Though officially the case of the ethnic Uighurs is not on the agenda of the trip, Albanian parliament officials did not deny that would be one of the main topics.

China has demanded the return of the five, detained during the U.S. invasion of Afghanistan following the Sept. 11 attacks, and criticized the U.S. decision to allow them to seek asylum in Albania, where they went on May 5.

U.S. authorities allowed the men to go to Albania after concluding they posed no terrorist threat to the United States but might face persecution if they returned to China.

China has said the five, members of the Uighur ethnic minority, are suspected of links to the East Turkestan Islamic Movement, a group accused by Beijing of waging a violent separatist campaign in China's northwestern Muslim region of Xinjiang and of being close to Osama bin Laden's al-Qaida terror network.

Albania has said the issue ought not to affect China's ties with the tiny Balkan country, adding officials were assured by the U.S. authorities that the five Uighurs had no terrorist connections. It has urged the Chinese to present evidence to prove the contrary.

The five are being sheltered at a refugee center in the suburbs of Tirana awaiting authorities' decision on their future. Journalists are not allowed to meet with them.

After the break with the former Soviet Union in 1961, Albania became a close ally with China. Beijing supported Tirana financially until 1978, when the two countries broke ties after political disputes.

China is post-communist Albania's fourth-biggest trading partner. It exported some US$150 million (euro118 million) worth of goods to the Balkan country in 2005.

http://www.serbianna.com/news/2006/01844.shtml

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10-06-06, 08:46
[QUOTE=Serbianna]Chinese delegation in Albania, talk of Gitmo 5 likely
Friday, June 09, 2006 7:37 AM

TIRANA, Albania-A delegation of Chinese parliamentarians will visit Albania Friday, the first official visit since five Chinese Muslims sought asylum here after being released from the U.S. prison at Guantanamo Bay.

The delegation, invited by the Albanian Parliament Speaker Jozefina Topalli, will also meet Saturday with President Alfred Moisiu and Prime Minister Sali Berisha, the parliament said.

Though officially the case of the ethnic Uighurs is not on the agenda of the trip, Albanian parliament officials did not deny that would be one of the main topics.

China has demanded the return of the five, detained during the U.S. invasion of Afghanistan following the Sept. 11 attacks, and criticized the U.S. decision to allow them to seek asylum in Albania, where they went on May 5.

U.S. authorities allowed the men to go to Albania after concluding they posed no terrorist threat to the United States but might face persecution if they returned to China.

China has said the five, members of the Uighur ethnic minority, are suspected of links to the East Turkestan Islamic Movement, a group accused by Beijing of waging a violent separatist campaign in China's northwestern Muslim region of Xinjiang and of being close to Osama bin Laden's al-Qaida terror network.

Albania has said the issue ought not to affect China's ties with the tiny Balkan country, adding officials were assured by the U.S. authorities that the five Uighurs had no terrorist connections. It has urged the Chinese to present evidence to prove the contrary.

The five are being sheltered at a refugee center in the suburbs of Tirana awaiting authorities' decision on their future. Journalists are not allowed to meet with them.

After the break with the former Soviet Union in 1961, Albania became a close ally with China. Beijing supported Tirana financially until 1978, when the two countries broke ties after political disputes.

China is post-communist Albania's fourth-biggest trading partner. It exported some US$150 million (euro118 million) worth of goods to the Balkan country in 2005.

http://www.serbianna.com/news/2006/01844.shtml[/QUO

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11-06-06, 11:49
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13-06-06, 14:27
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