Edi Rama hatte schon vor über 10 Jahren eine extrem dunkle Vergangenheit mit Drogen Kartells und rund um Geldwäsche ohne Ende.
Der in Deutschland tätige Albanische Botschafter Arthur Kuco, hat eine tiefe Drogen Kartell Verbindung gehabt, inklusive Geldwäsche mit dem Lefter Koka Kartell, zumindest bis 2002.
Gut dokumentiert, das der Innenminister Samir Tahiri, Verwandte und Kriminelle in hohe Polizei Direktoren Posten brachte, vor allem in Süd Albanien, wo man illegal errichtete Luxus Mafia Hotels als Geldwäsche Projekt, ebenso eröffnet, und Edi Rama sich mit Super Bossen lieber im Ausland trifft, wie Klement Balili. Einfach peinlich, wenn man so tief sinken kann und nicht regiert, aber sich Foto Termine bei Obama erkauft mit enormen Geldsummen, für Lobby Consults. Sogar Erpressungs Kartelle betrieb man mit Shullazi, als „Schlichter“!
Foreign Policy: „Sexual favors, bribes and corruption dominate the current Albanian Foreign Ministry“e
Alte Tradition der Albanischen Polizei: Chef Schleuser, Prostitutions Clubs, illegalem Bauen, Begleitschutz für Drogen und Treibstoff Schmuggel, was die einzige Albanische Tradition ist im verrotteten Haufen der Albanischen Politik und Verwaltung. Der Rest ist Show.
Von Francesca de Villasmundo
Der neue Albanische Botschafter in Ankara: Gent Gazheli ein berüchtigt korrupter Ex-Zoll Direktor, Geldwäsche Experte für Edi Rama, wurde neuer Botschafter und sofort bestätigt durch den Staatspräsidenten Bujar Nishani, obwohl er keinerlei Erfahrung hat als Diplomat, führt nun zu einem weiteren Artikel bei Foreign Policy, so auffällit ist nach vielen Skandale der Albanischen Botschaften rund um Drogen Schmuggel, Urkunden Fälschung, Erpressung und Klientel Wirtschaft.
einige Ausschnitte jüngst von Foreign Policy: „Mr. Rama’s recruitment of inexperienced apprentices and corrupt loyalists „ —„Mr. Edi Rama’s government is incompetent and a prey to a significant influence of Islamic State; it must be emphasized that Albanian National Intelligence Service has been infiltrated by Islamic State agents and its well trained officers“ ——„Mr. Rama’s Government members who constantly pressure foreign investors for huge bribes and expensive vacations abroad.„—-„ came to power thanks to his deep connections with criminal factions„– drug barons, money laundering
Foreign Policy: „Sexual favors, bribes and corruption dominate the current Albanian Foreign Ministry“
Jede Regierung hat so seine Geldwäsche Experten, wofür man sich bezahlen lässt, wenn man mit den Top Drogen Bossen auftritt, denn Edi Rama war schon vor 10 Jahren Geldwäsche Experte Nr. 1, für die Albaner Mafia und alle bekannten Gross Verbrecher und Mafia- Drogen Clans waren damals schon seine Partner auch bei dem Grundstücks Raub in Tirana von 500.000 qm.
Man erkauft sich in Washington erneut, die Duldung der kriminellen Geschäfte, inklusive Foto Termine bei Obama: Der „Frankenstein“ der Albanischen Politik: Chef der Skrapari Bande, kauft US Politiker, über deren Lobbyisten Consults
Geldwäsche mit den Gross Drogen Händlern als „Pablo Escobar“ des Balkan: bei Polizei Behörden bekannt.
Edi Rama mit dem Super Drogen Boss: Experte für Geldwäsche: Klement Balili in Rhodos in 2015
Mafia Familie Balili: mit Ilir Meta, Arben Ahmeti, Koko Kokodedhima, Florine Koka, bei der Einweihung des vollkommen illegal gebauten Luxus Hotels „“Santa Quaranta”“
Der vollkommen korrupte Ex-Zoll Direktor Genti Gazheli, wurde Botschafter in Ankara (das Präsidenten Dekret des Bujar Nishanizur Ernennung Nr. Dekretit 9416 Tiranë, më 08.02.2016 , obwohl Genti Gazheli, keinerlei Erfahrung hat im Diplomatischen Dienst, was auffällt), um die Geldwäsche Geschäfte mit Türkischen Firmen und der Erdogan Calik Gruppe zu organisieren und immer dabei der vollkommen korrupte Arben Ahmeti, der nun Finanzminister ist und wie auch Foreign Policy schreibt, gerne Geld erpresst. Wie das Zoll System in Albanien funktioniert mit Klientel Wirtschaft, wo die Zöllner xy pro Monat an den Chef abgeben muss, die Posten verkauft werden, ist in Details lange bekannt.
Genti Gazheli, doganieri që u bë ambasador për interesa korruptive
By Peter Tase In 2001, the government of Albania under the leadership of the Socialist Party, nominated Mr. Fatos Tarifa as Ambassador to the United S… Read more
Political appointees, impunity harm Albanian foreign service
By Peter Tase
In 2001, the government of Albania under the leadership of the Socialist Party, nominated Mr. Fatos Tarifa as Ambassador to the United States from Tirana, Albania. Mr. Tarifa was one of many Albanian ambassadors who had been promoted to the Foreign Service as a political appointee; who was coming from a successful career in academia, as a Professor of Sociology.
Twelve years later, in March of 2013, Mr. Tarifa had this to say for Top-Channel (about the agreements signed between the government of Albania and two public relations firms in Washington, D.C.): “US$1.5 million is too much for lobbying. It doesn’t fit to the budget of our embassy in Washington…This is unjustifiable. This is a shame and it shows that we are not serious, especially with …USA. We cannot close an embassy that is crumbling down…” 
As someone who has visited the Albanian Embassy on multiple occasions, I feel obliged to break the silence and set the record straight for the sake of public interest. As well as to reveal the true extent of the damage that Ambassador Tarifa has caused to Albania’s taxpayers. His actions have certainly tarnished the national image of Albania due to his irresponsible tenure in Washington DC, for over five years.
Ambassador Tarifa was surrounded by non-career diplomats, the first secretary of the Embassy and a close friend of Joana Nano (wife of Fatos Nano) for example. The first secretary owned an apartment in front of her office, and the Embassy was paying her monthly rent despite the fact that she had not presented a lease agreement to Mr. Tarifa. While Mr. Tarifa has expressed his concern about the use of public money in his statement above; it should also be noted that while representing his country across the Atlantic, he would take multiple trips to Las Vegas (by car) only to buy Cigars made by fashion models of Dominican Republic and to satisfy the taste for organically made pencils, always at the expense of Albania’s tax payers.
Additionally Mr. Tarifa, never paid parking tickets issued to the two cars of the Embassy: a Cadillac Sedan and a Dodge Caravan (minivan). Both cars, especially the minivan had received over US$6,000 in parking tickets that were never paid under Mr. Tarifa’s tenure. Also over the years, Mr. Tarifa pocketed all public monies that were repeatedly allocated by the Albanian government to remodel the main Embassy building on 2100 S Street. Under his watch, the inside of the embassy reached a point where visitors coming from outside would have to wear long coats inside even in the summer. The opposite phenomena was true at winter season when the Embassy staff would come to work with warm clothes and switch into short pants during office hours. [I]
Ten years after Mr. Tarifa’s tenure ended, history has once again been repeated by the leadership of the Socialist Party. At this time the Socialist Party has governed for over two years and has been refreshing the most obscure practices inherited from the Fatos Nano Government. They immediately promoted many Socialist Politburo members, as ambassadors, who have not had any experience in Foreign Service. Sexual favors, bribes and corruption dominate the current Albanian Foreign Ministry, whereas Mr. Arben Ahmetaj, the newly nominated Minister of Finances has routinely flown (over 17 times) in countries from Qatar to Hong Kong with executive Gulfstream private jets, at the expense of Albanian taxpayers. However the recent nomination of Mr. Genti Gazheli as Ambassador to Turkey serves as testimony to the most corrupt practices in the Albanian Foreign Service.  Mr. Gazheli has made a fortune, reaching millions of Euros, during his service as a customs guard in a number of Albanian border posts.
On his current official website at the Ministry of Finances, Mr. Gazheli, publishes press releases without even mentioning a time or date for when the meeting took place, or even the name of his counterparts at the meeting.  This practice is the typical attitude of loyal party members whose only objective seem to be the mismanagement of public funds and the defense of illicit activities inspired and led by their superiors. The appointment of Mr. Gazheli as Tirana’s diplomatic chief to Ankara raises many questions including: his professional background, the real motives of his nomination by Albania’s Prime Minister and the many doubts about his lack of leadership towards establishing a strategy to further strengthen the cooperation with one of the world’s twenty largest economies.
Furthermore, Mr. Edi Rama and his cabinet members have a reputation for making extortion phone calls to the President of Albania, with the intention of pressuring the head of state to nominate trusted political appointees in key ambassadorial positions. Mr. Gazheli has accumulated a massive amount of wealth during his time serving as a border control officer at border crossings all around Albania. He has allegedly been involved in many illicit activities during this time of his career.
Mr. Gazheli’s Ambassadorship to Ankara is a clear testimony of Tirana’s lack of leadership in executing an effective Foreign Policy. Mr. Ditmir Bushati and his superior are scoffing at Albania’s bilateral relations with a NATO ally the very same way as their predecessors did fifteen years ago with the United States, when Mr. Fatos Tarifa, was sent to Washington DC as Mr. Nano’s trusted political emissary.
Albania’s national interest has been impeded by not having a career ambassador being sent to an important partner nation such as Turkey. While ideological inquisition has dramatically ruined Albania’s interests in the world view, such actions over the last year have transformed Albania into a Banana Republic.
The only initiatives that can be expected accomplished by Mr. Gazheli, as a former director of the Directorate of Money Laundering Prevention in Tirana, in Ankara are: to allegedly strengthen the presence and bolster the Financial Resources of Islamic State by using his expertise in money laundering; and to safeguard the interests of his superiors who also happen to be large shareholders in Süzer Group of Turkey. This company, Süzer Group, is expected to build a hydro-electric power plant in Albania and with the possibility of constructing two other hydro-electric dams in other rivers of Albania. There is no doubt that Mr. Gazheli’s current appointment by the Rama government is reminiscent of Mr. Tarifa’s suspicious years filled with a massive abuse in spending public funds.
[I] Mr. Tarifa, as someone with a reputation of being a ‘visionary diplomat’ while also appearing to have an unhitched history of corruption, should take a step back. He should call upon his sane conscience and stop blaming others every time he appears on political TV Shows. Mr. Tarifa, has proved during his tenure to be the most corrupt ambassador to ever represent Albania in North America. Moreover, based on his statements, Mr. Tarifa’s memory seems to be faulty; so we shall remind him of late 2005.
Bildung ist der selbse Murks schlimmer denn je: 500 € verlangen die Dozenten, für die Kopie der Prüfungs Ergebnisse
Die zuständige Kultur Ministerin wird zur Witz Figur, denn inzwischen werden erneut überall Prüfungs Ergebnisse fü 500 € verkauft, was das Bildungs System noch weiter in den Abgrund führt.