The American ambassador from Pristina sent a dispatch to the State Department in which he describes the difficult situation in which their officials find themselves in Kosovo and Metohija.
The document, signed by Filip Kosnet, the US ambassador to Pristina, lists the problems that led to the embassy there being in a difficult situation and at the point of shooting, the newspaper “Politiko” reported.
Journalist Nahal Tusi posted on her Twitter account the details of the dispatch, which includes the corona virus and the lack of vaccines, but also infrastructure, polluted air, aggressive stray dogs, overtime work …
According to the dispatch, all that leads to bad interpersonal relations among the employees in the embassy.
The document also says that there is a perception that the leaders of the State Department gave priority to vaccination to the staff in Washington.
“It’s hard to accept,” the US ambassador wrote.
Asked to comment on the whole story, a State Department spokesman expressed sympathy for one cable television station, but also said the department directed nearly 80 percent of vaccine supplies to field locations using a distribution model where traffic planners organize routes as a series of branches. they connect remote points with the central hub, Sputnik reported.
He also added that when it comes to vaccines, he intends to offer them to 100 percent of the department’s staff, as fast as the delivery of vaccines allows.
The journalist also states that it should be noted that the “Washington Post” recently published a story that showed how the concerns of American diplomats about the distribution of vaccines are quite widespread.
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