Memorie.al publishes some archival documents with the logo “Top secret” recently issued by the Archive of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Tirana and the Central State Archive, which belong to a period of time from (1969-1991), where there is a correspondence between the Ministry of Foreign Affairs with the Central Committee of the ALP and some of the Albanian diplomatic missions accredited in the West, such as Rome, Paris, etc., with telegrams, reports, reports, information, ordinances, diplomatic notes, invitations, articles world press newspapers, leaflets, photographs, etc., where it is about Mother Teresa of Calcutta, the famous Charity and Saint of Albanian origin, Gonxhe Bojaxhi, winner of several international awards, such as: “Padmashir”, and “Nehru “, by the Indian government in 1963 and 1972,” Magnasia “by the Philippine government which also proclaimed her” The Deserved Woman of Asia “, some peace awards from the US,” Golden Ambrogino “from Milan,” Universal Mother “in 1974 from cent emigrant orientation, and the 1979 Nobel Peace Prize. Calvary of Mother Teresa since 1969, who through French and Italian diplomatic channels, asked official Tirana to come to Albania, to her homeland, to visit her mother, Roza Bojaxhi, who at that time was 86 years old. year old and sick, as well as her sister, Age, who lived in Tirana. All the complete documentation (already declassified), extracted from the archives of the Albanian state, is made public for the first time by Memorie.al, where light is shed on all the charitable activity of the famous Saint, in aid of the poor in all over the world and her extraordinary desire to help her compatriots in communist Albania, as well as the total silence of official Tirana and the high communist leadership of that time, led by Ramiz Alia and Nexhmije Hoxha, who under different pretexts , Prevented her arrival in Albania and allowed it only in 1989, thanks to great international pressure!
Although all over the world she was known as Mother Teresa of Calcutta, the famous Charity and Saint Gonxhe Bojaxhi, winner of several international awards and the ‘Nobel’ Prize for Peace in 1979, never hid her Albanian origin, even by requested since 1969, through French, Italian, etc. diplomatic channels, (where the top diplomats of these two countries were engaged), to visit her mother and sister living in Tirana.
But despite the constant request to visit her homeland, then and then engaged some of the leading diplomats of these two Western countries with whom official Tirana had diplomatic relations, the communist regime of Enver Hoxha, did not allow it at all to come and see her mother who was in the last moments of life and Age Bojaxhi, passed away with the great hostage who could not see once again her daughter, Gonxhen, whom he had not seen , since she was a child, time when she had left home to become a nun.
But even after that, Mother Teresa of Calcutta, as she was known all over the world because of her charitable missions to help the poor and needy wherever they were, in all corners of the globe, not only did not got angry with those who did not allow her to see her mother, before she passed away, but instead, prayed for them and I keep asking tirelessly, for years, that she come one day to the birthplace of the first her, even to put a bouquet of flowers on the grave of her mother and sister, who had already passed away.
But her demands, for two decades (from 1969 to 1989), were rejected on the most absurd pretexts by the communist regime of Enver Hoxha and then his successors, Ramiz Alia and Nexhmije Hoxha, who looked after her and the people who accompanied her: a “Vatican agent”, etc.!
Regarding these as well as all her ordeal of more than two decades to come to Albania, where she thought to open Charities, as she had done in different parts of the world, as well as the real reason why Ramiz Alia and Nexhmije Hoxha, decided to accept it in 1989, when she first came to her homeland, it is mentioned in many archival documents, where there is a correspondence between the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Tirana with the Central Committee of the ALP and some of the Albanian diplomatic missions accredited in the West, such as Rome, Paris, etc., with telegrams, reports, reports, information, ordinances, diplomatic notes, invitations, articles of world press newspapers, magazines, leaflets, photographs, etc. ., etc., which are published for the first time by Memorie.al., in the historical dossier section, starting from this number.
Continued from the previous issue
The report of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs on the reception that would be given to Mother Teresa in Rinas, as well as the program of her visits and meetings during her several-day visit to Albania in May 1990
P R O G R A M
Wednesday 2 May 1990
Reception of Mother Teresa in Rinas. They go out to wait for sh. Ciril Pistoli, Maria Kraja, and Adelina Mazreku. (These are announced by K. K. Çifligu)
If Mother Teresa wants to visit the cemetery, then arrange this:
- Earlier busts of St. Mary had been placed in her family grave.
- Be ready in Rinas, a car.
Comrade Jorgo Melica is in charge of these two issues.
Ms. Adelina Mazreku, will give Mother Teresa, the copy of the letter he sent to her sh. Ramiz Alia, as well as the copy of the letter of sh. Nexhmije Hoxha.
Copies of these two letters will be given to Adelina Mazreku, Kostaq Çifligu.
The report of the Albanian Embassy in Rome for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Tirana, regarding the letter of prof. Captain for Mother Teresa
R. P. S. SH.
MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS
Subject: Letter of prof. Kapatanos for Mother Teresa.
MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS
Attached, is a letter sent to us by mail prof. Giuseppe Kapatano, through whom she prays to be received in Albania, together with her sisters, Mother Teresa to spend there the last years of her life.
Report of the Albanian mission to the UN for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Tirana, regarding the phone call made by Zhanet Petrie, announcing the 80th anniversary of the birth of Mother Teresa
Urgent Foreign Ministry
Today, Mother Teresa’s collaborator, publicist Jeannette Peters, called me and told me that today, Mother Teresa, is 80 years old.
She also stressed that Mother Teresa remains hopeful to go to Albania, together with her sisters.
Mother Teresa’s telephone number in Calcutta, India is 9133297115 (these numbers include the India and Calcutta codes.)
New York on 27.8.1990
2249 mpj ab
Aug 27 1138 respond to 236456 alb ur
Congratulatory telegram sent to Mother Teresa on the occasion of the 80th anniversary of her birth, by Jorgo Melica, Chairman of the Committee for Friendly and Cultural Relations with the Outer World
Missionaries of Charity 54 A
On the occasion of the 80th anniversary of my birth, I wish you from the bottom of my heart a long life and full health.
Chairman of the Committee on Cultural and Friendly Relations with the Outer World.
Tirana on 29.8.1990
Mother Teresa’s letter to President Ramiz Alia from Calcutta, asking her to accept her nuns for charity missions in Albania
September 23, 1990
Dear President of our beloved country, Albania
I’m sorry I’re not able to meet you in person. That is why I asked Mrs. Jane Patric to meet with you in my country and inform you of my deep desire to bring my nuns to Albania, to offer the poor their human care and love. .
As you know now, we are working in all Eastern European countries.
Mrs. Patric will be able to give you the necessary explanations.
God bless you
54 A ACHANDRA BOSE
CALCUTTA 700016 INDIA
Invitation to do so
The report of the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Reiz Malile, sent to the Director of the Foreign Directorate in the Central Committee of the ALP, Sofokli Lazri, regarding the invitation of the Charity Association ‘Mother Teresa’ from the Federal Republic of Germany, for Ismail Kadare and Sali Manin
Comrade Sofokli Lazri
Attached, I send you an invitation sent by the Mother Teresa Charitable Association from the FRY, inviting Ismail Kadare and rhapsodist Sali Mani.
As far as we know, we writer Ismail Kadare is abroad.
For correctness, after verifying, we think to answer that Ismail Kadare is abroad and that due to lack of time, the rhapsodist Sali Mani, it is impossible for him to come. (Activity is October 20)
Tirana on October 16, 1990
Comrade Reiz, ordered to be left in silence
The report of the Albanian diplomatic mission to the UN, sent to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Tirana, regarding the telegram sent by Mother Teresa, after learning the news of the establishment of her name Kindergarten no. 4 in Tirana
After receiving the news sent by us, regarding the naming of the garden, Nr. 4 of Tirana, Mother Teresa, through her chronicler, Jeanete Petrie, sent this telegram by telex:
Mr. Bashkim Pitarka
Ambassador of the RPSSH to the UN
Dear Ambassador Pitarka
Thank you for the kindness to send me on the ceremony held in Tirana, with the kindergarten “Mother Teresa”.
I was very happy to receive this news and I can hardly wait to visit that garden. Please tell our President that I only count the hours until I come to Albania with my sisters.
Peace be upon you
Missionaries of Charity
New York Mission
Mother Teresa congratulatory telegram from Calcutta sent to President Ramiz Alia, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Reiz Malile, as well as all Balkan Foreign Ministers, on the occasion of their meeting in Tirana
President Ramiz Alia
Chairman of the Presidium of the People’s Assembly of the RPS of Albania
Mr. Reiz Malile
Minister of Foreign Affairs of the RPS of Albania
The Foreign Ministers of Yugoslavia, Romania, Bulgaria, Greece and Turkey.
How nice that the foreign ministers of the Balkan countries will meet in Tirana, on October 24-25. Be with a loving heart, for the glory of the Lord, and for the goodness of all peoples.
I pray for each of you to have the courage and joy to work together, for peace and unity, and for your meeting to be very fruitful.
May each of you, as well as the countries and peoples you serve, have the blessing of the Lord.
The works of love are the works of peace.
God bless you
Mother Teresa, Missionary of Charity
October 22, 1990
Report-information of the diplomat Vladimir Pula, sent to the Central Committee of the ALP, regarding the request of Mother Teresa’s companion, Jeanne Petrie, to come to Albania
I n f o r m a t i o n
Our mission in New York announces that Mother Teresa’s chronicler Zhaneta Petrin has expressed to them her request to give you the opportunity to come to Albania together with her sisters.
She added that Mother Teresa welcomed the speech of Comrade Ramiz Alia, at the 12th Plenum on the freedoms of religious institutions.
He said that Mother Teresa wants to use this new development, in support of Albania and its ties.
He also added that if she cannot come to Albania in November, she can be invited to come in December.
Regarding her repeated request to come to Albania together with her sisters, we think that she will be given a positive answer.
Such a thing will have a positive impact not only on Mother Teresa, but will also be welcomed by the world opinion which honors and respects her.
With the recent decisions regarding the practice of religion, we think that such a thing is entirely possible.
Tirana on November 19, 1990
The realization of the Albanian ambassador in Rome, Dashnor Dervishi, sent to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Tirana, regarding the reception he gave to Mother Teresa at the headquarters of that embassy
MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS
Embassy of Rome
Subject: Mother Teresa’s letter to the ambassador on the occasion of her visit to Albania.
MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS
(Comrade Reiz Malile)
As you know, on November 28, 1990, I received Mother Teresa at her request. On this occasion she handed a letter of thanks in my name, expressing her feelings regarding the upcoming visit to Albania on December 1-5, 1990.
At the same time, she begs for a meeting to be organized with President Ramiz Alia, to directly express her feelings and sympathy regarding the reception of the sisters in her homeland.
Meanwhile, he wants to have the opportunity to meet with competent people, to talk about the issue of the arrival of sisters in Albania.
Attached we forward the letter.
The report of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs sent to the Central Committee of the ALP, regarding the protocol and program of meetings of Mother Teresa, during her visit to Albania
PROGRAM ON A VISIT TO OUR COUNTRY OF MOTHER TERESA
Mother Teresa asked to come to our country on December 1-5, 1990. She is accompanied by journalist Jeanette Petri and a sister.
Saturday, December 1st
Received at Rinas Airport, by the President of the Red Cross Ciril Pistoli and escorts Adelina Mazreku, Natasha Hito and Theofan Nishku. Located in Villa no. 14
The villa is hosted by Jorgo Melica, President of MKMBJ.
Dinner from the Red Cross. Participating Ciril Pistoli, Svetlana Martini, Marie Kraja, Natasha Hito, Adelina Mazreku, Theofan Nishku, etc.
Sunday 2 December
Visit to the public cemetery (to the grave of mother and sister, if requested).
Monday, December 3rd
Visit to the kindergarten “Mother Teresa” Nr. 4
Meeting with his wife Nexhmije Hoxha
Meeting in the hall of the National Historical Museum with 150-200 people. Representatives of the Red Cross, writers, publicists, members of mass and health organizations. See list no. 1
Tuesday 4 December
Expected by comrade Ramiz Alia.
Wednesday 5 December
Departure for Rinas. Followed by those who received it.
She will be a friend of the Committee.
Treated in the First Category.
A “Benz” car and a “Volvo” are available.
In the Villa and in the company, to have a cardiologist.
Accompanied by a police car and an officer.
To film the whole program, arrival, activities and meetings on RTV.
Tirana on 1.12.1990
Report of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Tirana for the Central Committee of the ALP, regarding the names of the participants who would attend the decoration ceremony of Mother Teresa, in the Presidium of the People’s Assembly, with the Order ‘Naim Frashëri’ of the First Class
LIST OF PARTICIPANTS IN MOTHER TERESA’S DECORATION CEREMONY.
- Ciril Pistoli, Kryqi i Kuq
- Sllavica Martini
- Gaqo Trebicka
- Lufti Aliaj
- Adelina Mazreku, mjeke
- Natasha Hito, shoqëruese
- Luftulla Peza, mjek 2
- Dhimtër Shuteriqi, shkrimtar
- Marie Kraja, artiste
- Bukurie Skënderi, përgjegjëse e gruas
- Drejtoresha e Kopshtit 42
- Nasi Lera, shkrimtar
- Diana Çuli, shkrimtare
- Brisida Mema
- Yskra Tata
- Rolanda Dhimitri, Universiteti i Tiranës
- Diana Kristo
- Muntaz Dhrami, skulptor
- Omer Haxhia, Fronti i Tiranës
- Hajro Zeneli, Drejtori i Muzeut
- Teuta Hoxha, Komiteti i Kulturës dhe Arteve
- Jorgo Melica, Komiteti MKMBJ
- Theofan Nishku
- Kanan Jakupi, Drejtori i Sanatoriumit
- Shaban Murati, gazetar
- Ymer Minxhozi
In the Presidium:
Motivation for the decoration of Mother Teresa by the Presidium of the People’s Assembly in Tirana in December 1990
The order “NAIM FRASHËRI” of the First Class is given to Mother Teresa (Anjezë Gonxhe Bojaxhiu) with this motivation:
“Outstanding national and world personality, for high human feelings, for selfless activity full of sacrifices for the benefit of the hungry, the sick and the poor, for the charitable spirit and equality among all.” /Memorie.al