"The lack of political consensus: Albanian political leaders serving to Serbian intelligence services"

  Invited at "Debate on Channel One" by the journalist Roland Qafoku, Hajro Limaj, a former intelligence Albanian officer, now director of the Institute for Policy and National Security, has accused harshly the Albanian political leaders, according to him they are at  the service of foreign intelligence services.

To Qafoku's question whether there was evidence of this so serious charges. Limaj responded by showing two stories. The first when Limaj was serving in Turkey, were a Turkish intelligence officer told him that UDB (Serbian intelligence service)  is dancing in Tirana.

And the second is a story of 1997 when Limaj shows that a senior officer of the Albanian Secret Service had a heated debate with the head of Albanian intelligence services of that time, Bashkim Gazidede and the words of the officer were: "Mr. Mayor why have you left UDB agents to dance in Albania. They are sitting cross-legged in Tirana ".

"Never this state has dealt with the activities of foreign intelligence services and mainly with," UDB - says Limaj.

He says that although it is well known teh cost of the Albania about the lack of consensus on judicial reform, this consensus is not found.

"How could be possible the diplomats say that if this reform will not be adopted now, the negotiations with the EU will also delayed in three years and Albanian political leaders are quiet? How could be possible in a time when the situation of the people is very bad and these politicians are so quiet? - Limaj asks.

"The lack of political consensus: Albanian political leaders serving to Serbian intelligence services" "The lack of political consensus: Albanian political leaders serving to Serbian intelligence services" Tuesday, June 07, 2016 Rating: 5
Powered by Blogger.