High school students in Albania learn that Vranje, Bar and Podgorica are illegally occupied Albanian areas

Posted on March 28, 2013 by



  • On the page 197 of the textbook one can read the following  questions and assignments for students: “Show on the map all the Albanian areas in Montenegro”, “When and how have these broke away from the Albanian geospace?”

ALBANIA teach their children that these territories do  not belong to Serbia, (Vranje) and that some areas including the capital Podgorica, were unjustly taken from them  and turned into capital of Montenegro.

The Albanian geography textbook for the fourth grade of secondary school  marked  as their territories also Ulcinj, Plav,  and Rozaje in  Montenegro.

These areas (“Frontiers”), as their textbooks explain, have been a part of the Albanian state up to 1912. They named it the “part of the whole geopolitical compact Albania”  .  After the Balkan wars and the Turkish military capitulation, they have been conquered by Montenegro.”

The geography textbook on their 13. page says that the Berlin Congress in 1878. was “unjust and its decisions were brought in order to damage the Albanian people.”

“This Congress without any reason and wrongfully  granted Serbia the eastern part of the Albanian Kosovo with Vrang (probably Vranje), and Bar,  Podgorica and Plav,”  (today in Montenegro) is written in the Albanian Geography textbooks.

On 197. oage these  textbooks have exercises and  questions  for students. Some of them are: ” Point on the  map all theAlbanian areas in Montenegro”, “How and when these territories were taken from the Albanian  geospace?”, “What is the future of these areas and how can we improve their economic and cultural situation? “.

The very first page of the book contains map of  Albania, containing “Albanian areas” in Montenegro, Serbia central, Macedonia and Greece, as well as  Kosovo. Apparently Albanian region of Serbia, excluding Kosovo, also dissenting, referring mainly to the area of ​​Bujanovac and Presevo.

All the “Albanian areas” are hardly separated from the graphical map of Albania, but they are same coloured.

source: Beta,
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