Selbst ernannte „Experten“, haben mal wieder die Antike Stätte in Butrint beschädigt

Im Juli wurde der Direktor der Antiken Stätte gefeuert, weil er Rumänischen Künstlern, Camping in den Antiken Stätten erlaubte, wobei auch direkt auf den Mosaiken herum getampelt wurde, ebenso fuhren plötzlich LKW und Fahrzeuge durch das Gelände und eine wilde neue Strasse wurde gebaut. Natürlich unterschlug der Neanderthaler und selbst ernannte „Experte“ Ylli Cerova ( mit Null Hirn und gekauften Zeugnissen), der sich Direktor nannte auch noch 50% ein Eintritts Gebühren.

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Prof.Ylli Cerova, ist ein typischer Direktor, Prof. und „Experte“ in Albanien, mit dem Markenzeichen vor allem Stroh dumm und korrupt und gekauften Titeln und Schul Zeugnissen. Dann wurde er vom Minister gefeuert.

Der Tourismus Minister Ferdinand Yhafferie und Vize Nikol Lesi zur Reform der Tourismus Politik

Vor allem werden die Erfolge im Tourismus vorgestellt mit 2 Millionen Besuchern und das weitere Reformen, Investitionen in die “Zone Tourismus” und Infrastruktur notwendig sind.

Die skandalösen Vorgänge vor kurzem in der Antiken Stätte von Butrint, werden nochmal erwähnt, und die hoch kriminellen Vorgänge der Vorgänger Regierung, welche mit ihrem Geldwäsche Mafia Baufirmen, das ganze Land und die Küsten zubetonierten und die Strände mit ihren Abwässern verseuchte. Lesli, spricht sogar über den Dreck der Barbaren, wo er Recht hat. Noch primitiver durch diese Banden, hätte nicht kommen können und diese Verbrecherische Politik, der Albaner Mafia, wurde direkt von dem Lobby Verband DAW und der GTZ unterstützt und finanziert.

aus albania.de

Albania World Heritage Site in Damage Row

Tirana | 08 September 2010 |

Butrint Roman Theater

Butrint Roman Theater

Heritage experts have visited an ancient city in Albania amid claims the construction of a new road has damaged the historical site.

The two top experts from UNESCO and the International Council of Monuments and Sites, ICOMOS, are to compile a report on their findings after visiting Butrint to determine whether the archeological park had suffered any damage.

The mission, headed by Simica Simsic for UNESCO and Giora Solar from ICOMOS, came after local and international experts accused the government of taking poor care of the UNESCO world heritage site, in breach of its obligation under the 1975 World Heritage Convention.

Solar an Israeli perseveration architect, did not disclose any details of the report to UNESCO

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http://www.balkaninsight.com/en/main/news/30417/

According to historian Auron Tare, the first director of the Buntrint Archeological Park, interventions in a UNESCO world heritage site must meet specific criteria, which does not seem to be the case with the new road.

“The construction of a highway of these proportions inside this area has no economic motive and destroys the park’s historical scenery,” said Tare.

The 2000-2005 management plan for the park envisioned the expansion of the old road only as far as the village of Ksamil, located only four kilometers North of Butrint itself. The rest of the track inside the protected area would only be repaved.

“The current project lacks a feasibility study and necessary consultation with the public has not been carried out,” Tare added.

In an op-ed in March, published in the Tirana daily Shekulli titled “Butrint 2013 – Trashed by Greed”, Professor Richard Hodges, former scientific director of the Butrint Foundation, condemned the new road unreservedly.

“Encouraged by the busloads of tourists, the Tirana authorities have driven a huge ugly road through the olives between Ksamil and Butrint, obliterating its magic,” Hodges wrote.

However, Ylli Cerova, until a few days ago director of the archeological park, defended the expansion on safety grounds. A bigger road would protect people visiting the site, which had seen too many accidents in the recent past.
“I asked the park director [Cerova] if he had been consulted about the road, if he had seen the plans for the road, if he had ‘asked’ to see the plans, and he said ’no‘ to all three,” Ayers added.

Contacted by Balkan Insight, officials from Albania’s Institute of Monuments and the Cultural Heritage Directorate in the Ministry of Culture said they could not comment until the UNESCO team, due soon in Tirana, had inspected the road works.

On August 14, the Minister of Culture, Ferdinand Xhaferri, fired Cerova as director with the justification that an inspection had found the park to be dirty……………

http://www.balkantravellers.com/en/read/article/2229

Idiots for direktor!

“I asked the park director [Cerova] if he had been consulted about the road, if he had seen the plans for the road, if he had ‘asked’ to see the plans, and he said ’no‘ to all three,” Ayers added. 

Ylli Cerova, wurde direkt von dem Minister Ferdinand Yhafferie gefeuert, aber auch in 2010 erst auf diesen Posten gehievt. Ein total Idiot, der nur ein selbst ernannter „Experte“ war und in sehr kurzer Zeit, viel Schaden angerichtet hat.

Das Debakel der wenigen produktiven Arbeit im Kosovo – Winemakers Face Bitter Harvest

 Der einzige Weg, das es mit der Kosovo Wirtschaft aufwärts geht, wäre eine Einigung, mit Serbien. Das war aber vor über 10 Jahren auch bekannt, aber die sogenannten Politiker denken nur an ihre Monopol Firmen und produktive Arbeit ist ihnen vollkommen egal, besonders wenn dadurch Export Erfolge erzielt werden können. Wie in jedem von der Mafia kontrollierten Staate. Und den korrupten und dummen EU Politikern, ist es auch egal, weil die gut dotierten jobs für Nichts Tun wegfallen, wenn der Kosovo sich stabilisieren würde. Der Kosovo ist das vermurkste Produkt krimineller NATO Politiker, welche dort Geschäfte machen wollten, wie Kouchner, US Generäle wie Wesley Clark und Steven Shook, der Deutschen Profi Verbrecher Banden aus der FES und der anderen Partei Buch Experten, welche nur zum Abzocken in den Kosovo kamen und deshalb einen illegalen Krieg inzenierten für die Drogen Mafia.siehe auch die Geldwäsche, mit der Drogen Mafia in Montenegro, in einem BR TV Beitrag um Darko Saric, dem Stanaj Clan mit VW-Audi usw. ! In jedem Verbrechen im Balkan, sind aktiv ganz oben Deutsche Politiker dabei gewesen, vor allem mit den Bestechungs Orgien von Siemens, Mercedes, Telekom, Thyssen und Co. und allem vorneweg Leute wie Bodo Hombach, Ludgar Vollmer, Rezzo Schlauch, Gernot Erler und Steinmeier.Es ging immer seit 1999, nur noch im private Geschäfte und Provisionen.

 Kosovo Winemakers Face Bitter Harvest

Pristina | 07 September 2010 | By Petrit Collaku and Shengjyl Osmani

 

Vineyard at Rahovec

Vineyard at Rahovec

Growers have accumulated the equivalent of 16 million unsold bottles, owing to the Serbian blockade on Kosovo products and the overall economic crisis.The harvest is about to start in Kosovo’s wine-growing region of Rahovec, but farmers there face being left with thousands of tonnes of fruit because winemakers have not sold last year’s vintage.

Rahovec has some 2,240 hectares of vineyards, which will produce 20,000 tons of grapes this autumn. In previous years, around a quarter of that was sold outside of Kosovo, the rest going to mostly to producers of wine and raki, the local brand.

But Sulejman Bala, head of the state-run Institute of Vineyards and Wineries, from Rahovec, said that 12.5 million litres of wine, the equivalent of 16 million bottles, are being held in vineyard basements because of low sales.

“This year, we are trying to find new markets in the region, like in Albania and Montenegro, where we can send the grapes from Rahovec in order to save the families in this business,” Bala told Prishtina Insight.

Kosovo’s biggest wine producer, Stonecastle, has decided not to buy any grapes this year from farmers in the area because its reserves are still full. The company owns 600 hectares of vineyards from which it produces 3.5 to 4 million litres of wine each year.

“We’ll produce the same amount this year, but we regret that we won’t be able to buy any grapes from local farmers,” Shani Mullabazi, general manager at Stonecastle, told Balkan Insight. “Our tankers are full and we have millions of litres of wine remaining in our basement,” he added.

Mullaabazi said the main problem for the wine industry in Kosovo was Serbia. Belgrade is blocking Kosovo’s participation in the Central European Free Trade Agreement, CEFTA, agreement, which links non-EU countries in Central and Southeast Europe.

Serbia refuses to accept Pristina’s participation in the agreement as a separate country, saying it may only be represented by the UN mission in Kosovo, UNMIK.

Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina have also refused to allow in any imports with the hallmark of the Republic of Kosovo, thereby depriving the new country of key exports markets.

“We informed the government about this problem in March this year but there was no response from them,” Mullaabazi added.

Not all the problems facing the wine industry are due to Serbia. Mullaabazi said the main market for the company was Germany. But due to the financial crisis Europe, sales of Kosovo wine had dropped there.

Mullaabazi said Kosovo was at a further disadvantage because of the EU’s programmes of subsidies to its own producers.

Muhamet Bugari from Rahovec owns three hectares of vineyards and the 2010 harvest is going to be a big challenge for him, he said.

“I don’t know what I’m going to do,” Bugari told Balkan Insight. “I don’t know where I’m going to sell 50,000 tonnes of Burgundy that are planned for this year.”

Kosovo’s Ministry of Agriculture said it was in discussion with farmers but, for the time being, had no plan of action. The Ministry offered subsidies to farmers in 2008 and 2009 to plant new vines.

“We are looking for ways [to help] but for the time being we don’t have anything concrete to say,” Bekim Hoxha, a ministry official, told Balkan Insight.