Albanian PM accuses UK of having ‘nervous breakdown’ over migration crisis

Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama has stated the UK is having a “nervous breakdown” over migrants crossing the English Channel, accusing British MPs of blaming his government.

The Albanian leader claimed that Britain is in a condition of “nervous breakdown” as a result of the flow of thousands of immigrants landing in small boats from continental Europe to British ports.

Rama said at the Economic Forum in Delphi, Greece, “They are in such bad shape, poor Brits, that they have to criticise the Albanians to feel stronger.”

“No problem. We have great respect for Britain and what Britain stands for, as well as for British history and culture, so we will tolerate it until they get over that situation.

“We used to think like this: The British talk badly about us, so what? It’s not our problem, it’s theirs.”

Last month, Rama slammed Home Secretary Suella Braverman for recently referring to migrants from his nation as “Albanian criminals.”

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