Skip to comments."Staff at Kosovo embassies on welfare" (in host countries)
Posted on 05/23/2011 9:44:37 AM PDT by Bokababe
PRITINA -- Kosovo's Pritina-based authorities opened embassies in a number of European countries, but are reportedly unable to provide appropriate salaries for the staff.
European states are obligated to ensure payment of social welfare to a certain number of employees at the embassies opened by the Kosovo Albanian authorities, since their salaries are lower than the allowed minimum.
This is according to the Pritina-based Albanian language daily Zeri.
These employees are classified as social cases, due to the low salaries they receive from the budget of the Kosovo government.
This prompted Germany and Switzerland "to react", according to the report.
The newspaper said that governments of those countries also "expressed discontent", since "by hiring staff for their needs, the embassies of Kosovo influence the increase of the number of social cases" in the host countries.
Drug business must be feeling the recession....
The market for body parts must be down, too.
Actually, I would venture a guess that their bosses keep all their Muslim Mob money and let their underlings leach off the Euros.
Thanks Bokababe, but we really need to cut them some slack, Muzzies are the original welfare cases.
How many embassies do they have in Detroit?
Nah, just Kosovo Albanians doing what comes naturally -- ripping off their hosts.
Americans are slowly learning that when you extend a hand in friendship to muslims, expect an ice pick in your back in return.
Don’t they mean Serbia? Kososvo is the homeland of the Serbs and always will be.
Solution: de-recognize the bogus “independent Kosovo”, then expel the embassy staff.
In this case, the article is about the phoney government of the phoney "country" that the West created by ripping out the heart of Serbia -- Kosovo -- and turning it into an Albanian criminal blackhole.
why does this not surprise me at all
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