Ex-Minister Arben Ahmeti, tief im Drogen Handel als Wirtschafts Wachstum verwickelt, verursacht einen schweren Verkehrs Unfall in Mazedonien

Juli 17th, 2017

Arben Ahmeti, als Rechte Hand des Edi Rama in Drogen und Geldwäsche besuchte die uralte Mazedonische Verbrechens Zentrale im Süd Balkan Kumanova, verunglückte dort bei einem Verkehrs Unfall.Er war in Begleitung und stiess mit einem Buss zusammen, als er in einer Kurve überholte, wo das Überholen verboten war. Der Bussfahrer erzählt die Geschichte, das ihm auf seiner Fahrspur der Landrover des Arben Ahmeti entgegen kam, der gerade ein Fahrzeug in einer unübersichtlichen Kurve überholte, wo Überhol Verbot bestand und mit hoher Geschwindigkeit.

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Arben Ahmeti, als Rechte Hand des Edi Rama in Drogen und Geldwäsche besuchte die uralte Mazedonische Verbrechens Zentrale im Süd Balkan Kumanova, verunglückte dort bei einem Verkehrs Unfall.Er war in Begleitung und stiess mit einem Buss zusammen, als er in einer Kurve überholte, wo das Überholen verboten war.
FOTO/ Aksidentohet në Maqedoni ish-ministri i Financave, Arben Ahmetaj

Ish-ministri i Financave, Arben Ahmetaj është aksidentuar mbrëmjen e sotme në Maqedoni. Më saktë aksidenti ka ndodhur në Kumanovë. Lajmi është konfirmuar nga policia lokale.

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Zv/ministri i Punëve të Brendshme të Maqedonisë, Agim Nuhiu ka vizituar ish-ministrin Arben Ahmetaj në spital e Kumanovës pas aksidentit që pati ai sot në rrugën Tabanovcë-Kumanovë.

Përveç Arben Ahmetaj janë edhe dy persona të tjerë që kanë mbetur të plagosur.

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Aksidenti ka ndodhur sot rreth orës 17:30 në kryqëzimin e autostradës në pikën kufitare Tabanoc-Kumanovë. Në aksident janë përfshirë tre makina, një prej të cilëve autobus dhe tjeri Range Rover me targa të Shqipërisë në të cilën e drejtonte ish-ministri Financave të Shqipërisë, që ka goditur një automjet tjetër.

Arben Ahmetaj, ka marrë disa plagë dhe po ashtu kanë mbetur të plagosur edhe dy persona tjerë të cilët janë në Klinikën e Shkupit dhe në spitalin e Kumanovës.

Arben Ahmeti, als Rechte Hand des Edi Rama in Drogen und Geldwäsche besuchte die uralte Mazedonische Verbrechens Zentrale im Süd Balkan Kumanova, verunglückte dort bei einem Verkehrs Unfall. Eine weitere Person war noch im Auto. Er war in Begleitung und stiess mit einem Buss zusammen, als er in einer Kurve überholte, wo das Überholen verboten war.
Insgesamt wurden 14 Personen verletzt, weil Arben Ahmeti im Albaner Stile, keine Verkehrsregeln kennt, wie Wild West herumfährt, als ob er auch sein Hirn nur gekauft hat.
FOTO/ Aksidentohet në Maqedoni ish-ministri i Financave, Arben Ahmetaj
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Ish-ministri i Financave, Arben Ahmetaj është aksidentuar mbrëmjen e sotme në Maqedoni. Më saktë aksidenti ka ndodhur në Kumanovë. Lajmi është konfirmuar nga policia lokale.
Arben Ahmeti

Zv/ministri i Punëve të Brendshme të Maqedonisë, Agim Nuhiu ka vizituar ish-ministrin Arben Ahmetaj në spital e Kumanovës pas aksidentit që pati ai sot në rrugën Tabanovcë-Kumanovë.

Përveç Arben Ahmetaj janë edhe dy persona të tjerë që kanë mbetur të plagosur.

Aksidenti ka ndodhur sot rreth orës 17:30 në kryqëzimin e autostradës në pikën kufitare Tabanoc-Kumanovë. Në aksident janë përfshirë tre makina, një prej të cilëve autobus dhe tjeri Range Rover me targa të Shqipërisë në të cilën e drejtonte ish-ministri Financave të Shqipërisë, që ka goditur një automjet tjetër.

Arben Ahmetaj, ka marrë disa plagë dhe po ashtu kanë mbetur të plagosur edhe dy persona tjerë të cilët janë në Klinikën e Shkupit dhe në spitalin e Kumanovës.

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“Santa Quaranta“ Ilir Meta, Arben Ahmeti, Klement Balili: Albanias Mafia und Koko Kokodhemi “Santa Quaranta“ Ilir Meta, Arben Ahmeti, Klement Balili: Albanias Mafia und Koko Kokodhemi

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    “Santa Quaranta“ Ilir Meta, Arben Ahmeti, Klement Balili: Albanias Mafia und Koko Kokodhemi “Santa Quaranta“ Ilir Meta, Arben Ahmeti, Klement Balili: Albanias Mafia und Koko Kokodhemi
    FOTO/ Aksidentohet në Maqedoni ish-ministri i Financave, Arben Ahmetaj
    21:49, 16/07/2017

    Ish-ministri i Financave, Arben Ahmetaj është aksidentuar mbrëmjen e sotme në Maqedoni. Më saktë aksidenti ka ndodhur në Kumanovë. Lajmi është konfirmuar nga policia lokale.
    Arben Ahmeti

    Zv/ministri i Punëve të Brendshme të Maqedonisë, Agim Nuhiu ka vizituar ish-ministrin Arben Ahmetaj në spital e Kumanovës pas aksidentit që pati ai sot në rrugën Tabanovcë-Kumanovë.

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    Përveç Arben Ahmetaj janë edhe dy persona të tjerë që kanë mbetur të plagosur.

    Aksidenti ka ndodhur sot rreth orës 17:30 në kryqëzimin e autostradës në pikën kufitare Tabanoc-Kumanovë. Në aksident janë përfshirë tre makina, një prej të cilëve autobus dhe tjeri Range Rover me targa të Shqipërisë në të cilën e drejtonte ish-ministri Financave të Shqipërisë, që ka goditur një automjet tjetër.

    Arben Ahmetaj, ka marrë disa plagë dhe po ashtu kanë mbetur të plagosur edhe dy persona tjerë të cilët janë në Klinikën e Shkupit dhe në spitalin e Kumanovës.

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    “Santa Quaranta“ Ilir Meta, Arben Ahmeti, Klement Balili: Albanias Mafia und Koko Kokodhemi “Santa Quaranta“ Ilir Meta, Arben Ahmeti, Klement Balili: Albanias Mafia und Koko Kokodhemi

    Albanian NATO „Taliban“ Mafia: Kosovo Chaos Undercuts Clinton ‘Success’

    Juli 15th, 2017

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    Albanian Secret Service Chief Fatos Klosi in 16.5.1998 in „“Albania“ written from Albanian Secret Chef: Fatos Klosi: KLA (UCK) is financed by Bin Laden

    Kosovo and systematic persecution by KLA

    thaci_civilian_w_soldiers-kla-kosovo-uck-guardianJohn Schindler, professor of strategy at the U.S. Naval War College and former National Security Agency analyst and counterintelligence officer, concurs: in his view the Balkans provide the missing piece in the puzzle of al-Qa’ida’s transformation from an isolated fighting force into a lethal global threat.8 Radical Islam played a key role in the Yugoslav conflict, Schindler says: like Afghanistan in the 1980s, Bosnia in the 1990s became a training ground for the mujahidin, leading to blowback of epic proportions.
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    John Schindler, professor of strategy at the U.S. Naval War College and former National Security Agency analyst and counterintelligence officer, concurs: in his view the Balkans provide the missing piece in the puzzle of al-Qa’ida’s transformation from an isolated fighting force into a lethal global threat.8 Radical Islam played a key role in the Yugoslav conflict, Schindler says: like Afghanistan in the 1980s, Bosnia in the 1990s became a training ground for the mujahidin, leading to blowback of epic proportions.
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    http://gatesofvienna.blogspot.com

    Friday, July 14, 2017

    Kosovo Chaos Undercuts Clinton ‘Success’

    February 21, 2016

    Exclusive: President Bill Clinton’s Kosovo war of 1999 was loved by neocons and liberal hawks the forerunner for Iraq, Libya, Syria and other conflicts this century but Kosovo’s political violence and lawlessness today underscore the grim consequences of those strategies even when they “succeed,” writes Jonathan Marshall.

    By Jonathan Marshall

    The insatiable appetite of America’s bipartisan foreign policy elites for military intervention, despite its record of creating failing states in Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, Syria and Yemen, traces back to the marriage of liberal and neoconservative interventionists during the Clinton administration’s 78-day bombing of Serbia to create the break-away state of Kosovo in 1999.

    One scholar-advocate has called NATO’s campaign “The most important precedent supporting the legitimacy of unilateral humanitarian intervention.” Even Sen. Bernie Sanders was proud to support that use of American power, ostensibly “to prevent further genocide.”
    Kosovo Foreign Minister Hashim Thaci.
    Kosovo Foreign Minister Hashim Thaci.
    Kosovo Foreign Minister (and former leader of the Kosovo Liberation Army) Hashim Thaci.
    But Kosovo, which is still not recognized as an independent state by nearly half of all UN members, and which still relies on 4,600 NATO troops to maintain order, is hardly a showcase for the benefits of military intervention. With an unemployment rate of 35 percent, Kosovo is wracked by persistent outbreaks of terrorism, crime, and political violence.

    Following a series of violent street protests and wild disruptions of parliament, the leader of the radical nationalist party, Vetëvendosje, announced on Feb. 19, “This regime is now is in its final days. They will not last long.”

    That day, members of Vetëvendosje set off tear gas cannisters in parliament and tussled with police in the latest of their many protests against an agreement reached by the government last summer to grant limited powers to the country’s Serbian minority, in return for Serbia’s recognition of Kosovo. Opposition lawmakers also rail against endemic corruption and the country’s under-performing economy.

    Two days earlier, at least 15,000 Kosovars gathered in the central square of Pristina, the country’s capital, to demand the government’s resignation. In January, thousands of protesters clashed with police, hurling Molotov cocktails, setting a major government building and armored police cars on fire, and wounding 24 police officers.

    “The aim of this protest was to overthrow the government with violence,” the government said in a statement. The U.S. ambassador chimed in, “Political violence threatens democracy and all that Kosovo has achieved since independence.”

    This violence gets little attention from the American media in part because, unlike the Ukrainian demonstrators who overthrew their democratically elected government in 2014, Kosovo’s protesters are targeting a pro-Western government that eagerly seeks membership in the European Union.

    But it’s no wonder that Kosovo’s political fabric is so rent by violent confrontations. The rump state was created by a violent secessionist movement led by the Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA). That guerrilla band of Albanian nationalists was covertly backed by the German secret service to weaken Serbia. Its terrorist attacks on Serbian villages and government personnel in the mid-1990s prompted a brutal military crackdown by Serbia, followed by NATO’s decisive intervention in 1999.

    During the fighting the KLA drove tens of thousands of ethnic Serbs from Kosovo as part of an ethnic cleansing campaign to promote independence for the majority Albanian population. It recruited Islamist militants, including followers of Osama Bin Laden, from Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Afghanistan and other countries.

    President Bill Clinton’s special envoy to the Balkans, Robert Gelbard, called the KLA “without any question, a terrorist group,” and a Council on Foreign Relations backgrounder added, “most of its activities were funded by drug running.”

    None of that, however, stopped Washington from embracing the KLA’s cause against Serbia, a policy spearheaded by the liberal interventionist First Lady Hillary Clinton and Secretary of State Madeleine Albright. Without authorization from the United Nations, NATO began bombing Serbia in March 1999, killing some 500 civilians, demolishing billions of dollars’ worth of industrial plants, bridges, schools, libraries and hospitals, and even hitting the Chinese embassy. (“It should be lights out in Belgrade,” demanded New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman. “Every power grid, water pipe, bridge, road and war-related factory has to be targeted. Like it or not, we are at war with the Serbian nation.”)

    Following Serbia’s capitulation, according to Human Rights Watch, “elements of the KLA” engaged in “widespread and systematic burning and looting of homes belonging to Serbs, Roma, and other minorities and the destruction of Orthodox churches and monasteries. This destruction was combined with harassment and intimidation designed to force people from their homes and communities. By late-2000 more than 210,000 Serbs had fled the province . . . The desire for revenge provides a partial explanation, but there is also a clear political goal in many of these attacks: the removal from Kosovo of non-ethnic Albanians in order to better justify an independent state.”

    Former KLA leaders, including its political head Hashim Thaci, went on to dominate the new Kosovo state. A 2010 report by the Council of Europe declared that Thaci, who was then Kosovo’s prime minister, headed a “mafia-like” group that smuggled drugs, guns and human organs on a grand scale through Eastern Europe. The report’s author accused the international community of turning a blind eye while Thaci’s group of KLA veterans engaged in “assassinations, detentions, beatings and interrogations” to maintain power and profit from their criminal activities.

    Prime Minister Thaci and the Kosovo government strenuously denied the allegations and succeeded for years in resisting accountability. Their American friends were eager to put the past behind as well. In 2012, Madeleine Albright and a former Clinton special envoy to the Balkans bid to take control of the country’s state-owned telecommunications company despite widespread allegations of corruption, the attempted assassination of the telecommunications regulatory chief, and the murder of the state privatization agency’s chief.

    No one seemed immune from corruption. A study of the European Union’s own legal mission to Kosovo suggested that its members may have taken bribes to drop investigations of senior Kosovo politicians for rampant criminal activity.

    In 2014, a three-year E.U. investigation concluded that “senior officials of the former Kosovo Liberation Army” should be indicted for war crimes and crimes against humanity, including “unlawful killings, abductions, enforced disappearances, illegal detentions in camps in Kosovo and Albania, sexual violence, other forms of inhumane treatment, forced displacements of individuals from their homes and communities, and desecration and destruction of churches and other religious sites.”

    Under tough pressure from the United States and E.U., Kosovo’s parliament finally agreed last summer to permit a special court to prosecute former KLA leaders for war crimes. The court will begin operating this year in The Hague.

    “The sad thing is that the United States and European countries knew 10 years ago that Thaci and his men were engaged in drug smuggling and creating a mafia state,” said one European ambassador last year. “The attitude was, ‘He’s a bastard, but he’s our bastard.’”

    Whether delayed justice will clean up Kosovo’s “mafia state,” and whether belated granting of rights to the Serbian minority will ease or aggravate Kosovo’s explosive ethnic tensions, remain to be seen. One thing’s for sure: a great many people have died in the name of this great “humanitarian intervention,” and many more are still suffering for it. Kosovo is no Libya or Syria, but neither is it any kind of showcase for the benefits of U.S. armed intervention.

    Jonathan Marshall is author or co-author of five books on international affairs, including The Lebanese Connection: Corruption, Civil War and the International Drug Traffic (Stanford University Press, 2012). Some of his previous articles for Consortiumnews were “Risky Blowback from Russian Sanctions”; “Neocons Want Regime Change in Iran”; “Saudi Cash Wins France’s Favor”; “The Saudis’ Hurt Feelings”; “Saudi Arabia’s Nuclear Bluster”; “The US Hand in the Syrian Mess”; and “Hidden Origins of Syria’s Civil War.” ]

    https://consortiumnews.com/2016/02/21/kosovo-chaos-undercuts-clinton-success/

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    28 Jan 17 Kosovo Victim’s Son Accuses KLA Guerrillas of Abduction The son of an ethnic Albanian man killed during wartime told BIRN that Kosovo Liberation Army guerrillas led by war crimes suspect Remzi Shala took his father away in June 1998.

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    Der jährliche Schwachsinn der EU Fortschritts Berichte, damit die Dümmsten der EU eine Beschäftigung finden

    Juli 15th, 2017

    Kaum zu glauben was diese Leute ständig von sich geben, während über 60 % der Bevölkerung die Auswanderung vorbereiten.

    European Commission Positive on Albanian Economic Growth, Despite Many Obstacles

    European Commission Positive on Albanian Economic Growth, Despite Many Obstacles

    A yearly European Commission (EC) report under the title 2017 Economic Reform Programmes of Albania, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, Turkey, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Kosovo: The Commission’s Over and Country Assessments, published on June 6 is optimistic about economic growth in the Balkans, predicting and overall growth of the GDP over the next few years in all countries surveyed in the report, including Albania.

    The EC expects the GDP growth to increase from a project 3.8% in 2017 to 4.2% 2019, and unemployment to drop from 14.4% in 2017 to 12.5% in 2019.

    In spite of these positive predictions, the EC still sees a number of obstacles:

    • Although debt is stabilized, public debt still exceeds 70% of GDP. The EC also indicates that “the country’s fiscal adjustment plans are markedly less ambitious than in last year’s programme and aim mainly at locking-in the recently achieved consolidation gains.” This means that under the future plans of the Rama government, public debt will only decrease if the GDP continues to grow. The EC predicts a public debt of 68.9% in 2017, dropping to 62.8% in 2019.
    • “The overhang of non-performing loans still burdens banks’ balance sheets and impedes credit recovery.” In 2016, 18.3% of all loans were non-performing, an increase from 17.7% in 2015.
    • “Inefficiencies in the energy sector, including insufficient security of supply, continue to weigh on Albania’s competitiveness. “
    • “The lack of clarity around land ownership is among the key constraints on Albania’s economic development, affecting a number of sectors including infrastructure and industrial development, agriculture, the property market and access to finance.”
    • “High structural unemployment and inactivity and a widespread skills mismatch are the main challenges for the labour market.”
    • Ergebnis kam auch der IEP-Bericht, in dem es heißt, „bereits heute
      stellt ‚Mafiaboss‘ den meistgenannten Berufswunsch von Kindern und
      Jugendlichen dar“
      (vgl. Klares Votum für ein unabhängiges Mafiastan).

    Afrikas
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    ist das kriminelle Chaos einer reines „failed state“ inzwischen für kluge Albaner nicht mehr zuertragen, das die einzige Bildung in Albanien in den Schulen und den Universitäten ist, das man nur als Betrüger, Krimineller Erfolg haben kann.

    Letter from Albania: Why I want to leave

    April 18, 2017, 12:04 am
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    Die merkwürdigen Beteiligungen des Gjergj Bojaxhi, am TIS Parkhaus in Vlore, wo Klage erhoben wird auf Rückzahlung

    Juli 2nd, 2017
    Nachdem Banken keinen Kredit gaben, welche die Lizenz für ein Parkhaus in Vlore nicht akzeptierten als Sicherheit, wurde Gjerjj Bojaxhi, Anteil Eigner der dubiosen Offshore Firma TIS Park, indem er 225.000 $ von seinem Konto auf das Konto der Firma überwies, mit einem Vertrag, das er 12 % pro Jahr garantierte Verzinsung erhält, was nie geschah. Woher hatte Bojaxhi soviel Geld? Vor Gericht klagt er nun mit Zinsen diese Geldsummen ein. Der Oberste Rechnungshof kritisierte die Lizenz als illegal, verlangte die Kündigung der Lizenz und sogar der unterzeichnete Präfekt war gegen die Lizenz, unterschrieb, als viel Druck gemacht wurde. Die Bauarbeiten sollten per Vertrag von der Baufirma eines Stadt Direktors durchgeführt werden, womit Alles gesagt ist, wo viele Firmen schon untergingen. Gentian Sherifaj Baufirmen Eigentümer EN-BJO Sh.P.K. und zugleich war er Stadt Direktor für Verwaltung und Sicherheit, also ein Original Mafia Posten. Die Lizenz unterschrieb der inzwischen zu einer Haft Strafe verurteilte Ex-Bürgermeister ! Weitere Beteiligungen der Mafia hatte Bojahiu, darunter die Öl Betrugs Firma: Everest Oil, mit der Italienischen Mafia Politik zusammen auch an Petrolifera beteiligt, was an Wesley Clark und dem Betrugs Öl Lizensen von Bankers Petroleum erinnert. Sulo Shehu, erklärt die Betrugs Grundstücks Geschäfte, weil er sollte gegen Beteiligung ein 30.000 qm grossen Küsten Grundstück vor Jahren an Gjerji Bojaxhi verkaufen, was er mit Gewinn an Petrolifera verkaufen wollte, welche heute dieses Grundstück in Besitz hat, wo wie Standard ist, die Dokumente zum Verkauf im Argita Berisha Modell des Grundstücks Betruges zusammen gefälscht sind und waren.

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    Bojaxhi dhe biznesmeni Sulo Shehu
    Gjerjj Bojaxhi  und der Profi Gangster Sulo Shehu vor Jahren, als man verhandelte, weil die es auch um eine mögliche 15 Millionen € teure Abitrage ICSIS Klage ging, wenn etwas mit dem Grundstück nicht in Ordnung ging. Gjerji Bojaxhi war damals einer der wenigen Rechtsexperten für ausl. Investoren, mit solch einem Wissen.
    Der korrupte EU Commissar: Miguel Arias Cañete, produziert die nächste Umwelt Kathastrophe mit Öl in Albanien
    Der Mafia EU Commissar für Energie, ist auch Teilhaber der Öl Firma Petrolifera, welche auch Türkisches Öl, in Syrien von der IS gestohlen vermarktet und in viele Umwelt Skandale verwickelt ist, seit Jahren. Zeitgleich mit diesen Betrugs Geschäften entsandte die vollkomme korrupte EU, einen Spanier, als Leiter der EU Justiz Mission III, wo natürlich dann Nichts geschah, wenn man nur Kriminelle schützen will. Umwelt Verbrechen ohne Ende.

    Panama Papers: EU-Energiekommissar Miguel Arias Cañete weiß nicht, was seine Frau Offshore macht

    Das könnte schmerzhaft werden: Der EU-Kommissar für Energiepolitik, Arias Cañete (links), hat auf Konten seiner Frau ziemlich viel Geld im Ausland angelegt. Anders als Arias Cañete hatte er seine Briefkastenfirmen unter eigenem Namen betrieben. Inzwischen hat das Europäische Amt für Betrugsbekämpfung (OLAF) Ermittlungen gegen Arias Cañete eingeleitet.

    Der EU-Kommissar für Klimaschutz und Energie, Miguel Arias Cañete, wird indirekt durch die Panama-Paper belastet.

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    Sulo Shehu, heute 40 Jahre, vor lauter Betrug altert man schnell
    02 Korrik 2017 – 11:51 | përditesuar në 12:24
    Parkimet në Vlorë, Bojaxhi në gjyq me Tis Park,i dha 225 mijë $
    Ish-kreu i Sfida kërkon paratë në gjyq

    Das Hotel „Dajti“ wird nun in Tirana renoviert durch den Eigentümer: die Albanische Staatsbank

    Juni 17th, 2017

    Die US Mafia vor Ort mit dem eliminierten Botschafter Josef Limprecht, hatte das Hotel mit dem Ende des Kosovo Krieges in den Haupt Umschlagsplatz für gestohlene Neuwertige Autos umgewandelt, wo „Ben Hasani“ (Hasanbeliu) natürlich dann höchster Polizei Direktor wurde für Staatsgebäude, auch den Siemens Managern am Flugplatz (Bau der Landebahn und mit Beleuchtung) einschlägig bekannt war, weil man damals schon verdienen wollte, indem man Privat Polizei vermittelte. „Ben Hasnai, war viele Jahre der Leiter des Umschlagplatzes für gestohlene Fahrzeuge in Golem, (direkt neben dem NATO Stützpunkt COMWEST) und de Kosovar Verbrecher Banden. Ben Hasani war natürlich POlizei Präsident in der Zeit in Durres – Shiak, hat dort rund um das Hotel Florida seine Villa an der Nordseite, an der Südseite die Mutter usw..

    Ilir Meta Regierungszeit, bei Joschka Fischer wurde der Verbrecher als Reformer verkauft, weil man Milliarden verschwinden lies, mit Kriminellen als Partner im Ausland, was die einzige Deutsche Aussenpolitik bis heute ist, und in Albanien im Visa Skandal endete.

    The hotel that Berisha sold to the Bank of Albania (PHOTOS)

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    In the Albanian capital, Tirana, Dajti hotel has been surrounded in the recent days by scaffolds. Bank of Albania has finally decided to reconstruct and exploit this building which is envied by many businesses.This building which is located in the promenade of Tirana, was once upon a time the hotel that was used by foreigners and communist leadership. After the collapse of the communist regime, the building underwent a gradual degradation.

    When the right wing government led by Sali Berisha had no money in the budget in June 2010, it decided to sell it to the Bank of Albania for 30 million euros.

    Meanwhile, seven years later and this building is undergoing reconstruction now.

    The expanded activities of the Bank of Albania, in line with the strategic and institutional objectives, modernisation of the financial market and the functions set out in the Law, has given rise to the need for additional space to accommodate these activities.

    Thus, in this regard, pursuant to the Bank of Albania’s Supervisory Council Decision, dated 16.06.2010, the former hotel Dajti building was purchased by the Bank of Albania.

    IBNA learns from BoA se in 2016, all the applicable procedures were followed and all the relevant obligations related to the construction permit were complied. Once that process was completed, the Bank of Albania followed through the procurement phases.

    The Bank of Albania informs that works will be realised through a three-year contract”.

    BoA says that “the reconstructed building will provide the necessary space for the employees of the Bank of Albania and will also contribute to restoring the historic and cultural values of this building in the memory of the city. The ground floor will be open to the public and will retain the same features and functions it once had, to serve the citizens. The rest of the building will be adapted to the needs of the Bank of Albania to efficiently conduct its activities”.

    The budget for the reconstruction works amounts to 16 million euros. Below are some images from the model of the project which is being realized. /balkaneu.com/