Die korrupte Ratte: Johannes Hahn, kritisiert mit den Georg Soros Gangstern: Zoran Zaev, den Staatspräsidenten Gjorgje Ivanov

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Noch nie etwas von Völkerrecht gehört, denn die EU Deppen Bande, mischt sich erneut in die Inneren Angelegenheiten fremder Staaten ein.

Für die Albanische Mafia, den Drogen Handel, inklusive den MEK Terroristen Zentralen in Albanien, schrieb der EU Delegationsleiter Knut Fleckenstein einen vollkommen gefälschten Bericht erneut.

Kaum zuglauben, wie dreist die Ratte Knut Fleckenstein erneut vollkommen gefälschte Berichte schreibt.

DRAFT REPORT on the 2018 Commission Report on Albania


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Deadline for tabling amendments : 30-08-2018

Berichterstatter: Knut Fleckenstein

Ivanov: The agreement is damaging, I will not endorse it

Ivanov: The agreement is damaging, I will not endorse it

“I will not endorse the agreement reached yesterday between prime ministers Alexis Tsipras and Zoran Zaev on the issue of the name, because this agreement is damaging for us”. This was declared today by the president of FYROM, Gjorgje Ivanov in a public address.Ivanov said that the process of negotiations has not been a transparent one and the government could not ensure the necessary consensus.

Ivanov said that in the meeting that he had with PM Zaev and Foreign minister Nikola Dimitrov, he has told them that this agreement was a personal agreement reached between them.

“The text of the agreement indicates that we lose a lot from this. We didn’t have to concede to every request and ultimatum that Greece made. Many issues have been opened rather than closed by this agreement”, Ivanov said. /ibna/

News 13 Jun 18

Macedonia Deal Draws Praise Abroad, Anger at Home

While world leaders greet the agreement between Macedonia and Greece over Macedonia’s name, both governments are facing bitter criticism from their political opponents back home.

Sinisa Jakov Marusic


Macedonian PM Zoran Zaev addresses the media about the ’name‘ agreement with Greece. Photo: EPA-EFE/NAKE BATEV

While leaders in Brussels, Washington and the region have showered praise on the agreement between neighbouring Macedonia and Greece over Macedonia’s name, the deal has met a cold response from opposition parties back home.

The deal, announced by the leftist governments in Athens and Skopje on Tuesday, envisages Macedonia changing its name to the Republic of North Macedonia, subject to approval in a referendum in Macedonia that could be held later this year.

The EU’s enlargement commissioner, Johannes Hahn, and the EU foreign policy chief, Federica Mogherini, enthusiastically welcomed the breakthrough, which is expected to unlock Skopje’s stalled EU and NATO membership bids.

“We wholeheartedly congratulate [Greek and Macedonian] Prime Ministers Alexis Tsipras and Zoran Zaev for their determination and leadership in reaching this historic agreement between their countries, which contributes to the transformation of the entire region of South-East Europe,” Hahn and Mogherini said in a joint statement.

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg “warmly” welcomed the news of an end to the long-running Balkan dispute.

“I now call on both countries to finalise the agreement reached by the two leaders. This will set Skopje on its path to NATO membership. And it will help to consolidate peace and stability across the wider Western Balkans,” Stoltenberg said.


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Macedonia PM Recruits Albanian Parties to Boost Majority

Macedonia’s prime minister is to submit his proposed government reshuffle to parliament today in a bid to increase his slim majority by adding two small ethnic Albanian parties to his ruling coalition.

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21 May 18

Macedonia Court Acquits Zaev of Bribery Charge

Skopje’s Criminal Court on Monday acquitted Prime Minister Zoran Zaev of soliciting bribes from a businessman in his home town of Strumica – a case in which Zaev claimed he was politically framed by the previous government.

Sinisa Jakov Marusic


 Macedonian Prime Minister Zoran Zaev in front of the Skopje Criminal Court. Photo: MIA

A Macedonian court has ruled that Prime Minister Zoran Zaev was not guilty of having solicited a bribe of 200,000 euros to help a local businessman buy land in his home town of Strumica.

“I am happy about the acquittal and that I finally proved my innocence and received justice,” Zaev said in front of the court after the ruling was issued.

The charges were raised in 2015 amid a deep political crisis in Macedonia, when Zaev was an opposition leader and mayor of Strumica.

He was charged shortly after he started releasing batches of illegally wiretapped conversations that pointed to widespread corruption in the previous government of Nikola Gruevski.

The compromising tapes sparked a political crisis and eventually led to the fall of Gruevski’s government last year.

Initially, Zaev was accused of taking a 200,000 euros bribe in order to help privatise the public land that the businessman wanted to purchase.

However, the prosecution later changed its charges from taking to merely soliciting bribes – a milder offence.

Zaev insisted that Gruevski’s government had framed him, to discredit both him and his allegations of widespread corruption.

The case was widely exploited in public, including the use of police video surveillance footage, that Gruevski’s VMRO DPMNE party insisted offered proof of Zaev’s wrongdoing.

The footage depicted Zaev’s conversation with the businessman over certain financial transactions.

But Zaev insisted that the leaked video was cut several times to make it look as if he was soliciting bribery, while he insisted he was only asking for donations to build a church in his home town.

The court this year played the entire uncut video at one of its sessions. However, the public was excluded from this session.

Zaev on Monday said that he would demand that the court permit the publication of the entire video, and said that he would publish it himself if he receives it from the authorities.


NATO’s Terrorist Bases in Europe

NATO and the United States, which, together, claim to be fighting some sort of amorphous “global war on terrorism,” have enabled a terrorist group to establish bases in two NATO member states – France and Albania – and one NATO protectorate, Kosovo. After evacuating forces of the anti-Iranian terrorist group Mojahedin-e-Khalq from their former bases in Iraq, the United States and NATO facilitated the group’s establishment of a well-guarded military base in Manez, Albania, near Tirana. In addition to hosting MEK members, NATO has convinced Albania to accept members of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), who surrendered to Western special forces in Syria and Iraq…….

The MEK’s most notable terrorist actions included:

  • the attempted kidnapping in 1970 of the U.S. ambassador to Iran, Douglas MacArthur II, the nephew of the famed World War II general.
  • the attempted assassination in 1972 of U.S. Air Force Brigadier General Harold Price with an improvised explosive device (IED).
  • the assassination in 1973 of U.S. Army officer Louis Lee Hawkins in Tehran. That same year, the MEK assassinated U.S. Air Force officers Col. Paul Shaffer and Lt. Col. Jack Turner.
  • the 1973 bombings of Pan-American World Airlines and Shell Oil offices in Tehran.
  • the assassination in Tehran in 1976 of three American employees of Rockwell International — William Cottrell, Donald Smith, and Robert Krongard. U.S. President Gerald Ford said he hoped that “the murderers will be brought to justice.” Instead, they are treated as heroes and the future government of Iran by bi-partisan leaders in Washington.
  • MEK threats to kill Presidents Richard Nixon and Jimmy Carter during their respective May 1972 and December 1977 visits to Iran.
  • the 1978 assassination of Texaco oil executive Paul Grimm in Ahwaz, Iran.
  • assisting in the 1979 takeover by Iranian militants of the U.S. embassy in Tehran.
  • the 1979 bombing in Tehran that killed the democratically-elected Iranian President, Mohammad Ali-Rajai, and Prime Minister, Mohammad Javad Bahonar.

During the Iran-Iraq war of the 1980s, Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein permitted the MEK, also known as the “People’s Mojahedin,” to establish bases inside Iraq. Saddam armed the MEK and provided them with financial and logistical support to carry out terrorist attacks inside Iran. In 1988, the MEK, with Saddam’s assistance, launched a ground invasion of Iran.

In Operation Mersad, Iranian forces defeated the MEK, which had hoped to establish control over Iranian territory to establish a rival Iranian government. Had the MEK succeeded, the Middle East would have seen its first genuine terrorist state. Establishment of a terrorist state would have to wait until the Syrian civil war, when ISIL proclaimed an independent caliphate in occupied territory in Syria and Iraq.

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