Greeks 'invade' Bularat, Greek extremist's burial postponed

Greeks 'invade' Bularat, Greek extremist's burial postponed 

 The situation in Bularat seems to be strained from hour to hour. Reporters say that over 100 persons from Greece have arrived in the countryside waiting for the burial of the 35-year-old Greek who was killed a day earlier by Albanian police after a gunfire. Residents say his life could have been spared and he has never been a violent person.

While the victim's forensic expertise conclusions are still on the way, it is learned that the Greek consulate has also asked for clarifications on the event. The funeral that was supposed to be on Monday afternoon seems to have been postponed for Tuesday, waiting the completion of procedures and the clarification of the claims by the victim's family.

Kostanidons Kaçifa was the father of a girl, divorced, and long lived in Athens. In his home in Bularat lives only his mother, which according to Greek media says that Albanians did not like minorities. Kaçifa fired in direction of the police and disobeyed the call to surrender, but resisted for several hours by shooting at the police. The incident began Sunday morning a few minutes before Greece's national holiday ceremony took place in the area, while the prosecution continued until 15:30 where police announced the killing of the 35-year-old Greek man.
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