„Paplo Escopar“ of the Balkan: King of the drugs, money laundering system in LSI Ilir Meta „Skrapari“ Mafia

Again a great judicial scandal of the Albanian mafia government, which protects criminals, equipping with new identities and running.

All laws were as Ilir Meta Mafia system in late 1999, turned to January 2002, ignored: especially around illegal building, land theft on the coast, environmental destruction, money laundering and Ilir Meta is again as Edi Rama, Ministry(Arben Ahmeti the patron of criminal networks , A Greek Interpol manhunt was simply re not processed in Tirana, which is reminiscent of many scandals.



more than 300% increase in exports drugs already existed in the government Ilir Meta, 15 years ago, the judiciary has been completely shut down and all laws
Hekumar Hoxha Drogen Shiak
Hekuran Hoxha drug scandal for years

16 May 16
Ilir Meta, Klement Balili, Arben Ahmeti

Albania ‘Ignoring’ Suspected Drug Baron’s Greek Arrest Warrant

Greek police documents seen by BIRN shows that Athens suspects an Albanian official and prominent businessman of heading a major drugs trafficking ring – however, Albanian police have yet to arrest him.

Gjergj Erebara


Some of the drugs seized in Greece. Photo: Greek Police

An Albanian businessman who until last week, also held a directorial post in the regional administration, has had a Greek arrest warrant under his name since Monday May 9.

Klemend Balili, an Albanian businessman and director of Transport Services in the Region of Saranda, part of the Ministry of Transport, is suspected in Greece of financing a drug trafficking ring that has exported marijuana from Albania to several Western countries.

Greek police carried a massive anti-drug operation during the last few days, arresting a dozen people and confiscating about 687 kilos of marijuana that was found hidden on an islet off the coast of northern Greece.

According to the scheme discovered by Greek police, traffickers used speedboats to transport marijuana from Albania to Greece and then created bogus transport companies to send it by road to other European countries.

They suspect Balili was heading the gang.

Since the news broke on Wednesday in the Greek media, Albania’s opposition centre-right Democratic Party has highlighted Balili’s political connections and accused the Minister of Interior, Sajmir Tahiri, of protecting the alleged kingpin. Tahiri has denied the allegations.

Greek media reports also complain of a lack of collaboration and inactivity on the part of the Albanian police in the case.

They have also noted the suspect’s political connections in Albania. Greek CNN reported on a meeting between Greek and Albanian police at which an Albanian officer told Greek colleagues that they were unable to carry out an arrest “because of [the suspect’s] very high level political protection”.

Greek police have not identified the suspect by name in their press releases, however, noting only “a 44-year-old suspect”, causing uncertainty about whether they actually mean Balili, named in the Albanian Civil Registry as Kelmend Balili, not Klemend Balili.

Balili has denied the allegations in a quote in newsbomb.al., a news website based in Tirana, claiming they are politically motivated.

Albanian police, meanwhile, have declined to confirm whether Balili was under an arrest warrant and have not arrested him. Officially, the police say only that an “operation is ongoing and due to that, [we] cannot provide more details”.

Documents seen by BIRN show that Balili has been under an arrest warrant in Greece since Monday, May 9.

Map of the route used to transport drugs from Albania to Greece. Photo: Greek Police

“Accused under the law N433/13 “Narcotics” and Article 187 of the Penal Code about Organized Crime and the Article 8 of the Penal Code “Crimes Committed in a Neighboring Country”, accused but nor arrested are three persons, among whom, Klemend Balili [son} of Sabaudin and Naze, born on 20/03/72 in Albania and resident in Saranda”, the Greek police document reads.

Family with political connections:

The Balili family has multiple political connections. The mayor of Delvina, a small town near Saranda, Rigels Balili, is a nephew of the suspect, for example.

Rigels Balili won election last year after gaining 72 per cent of the local vote under the nomination of the Socialist Movement for Integration, the Socialist-led government’s junior coalition partner.

Klemend Balili’s own political connections were also highlighted in a 2015 news report from Ora News, an Albanian television station.

This showed the speaker of parliament, Ilir Meta, head of the Socialist Movement of Integration, along with the Minister of Finance, Arben Ahmetaj, and Koco Kokëdhima, an important MP from the Socialist Party, cutting the ribbon in an inaugural ceremony* for a luxury hotel built by Balili family in the coastal town of Saranda.

During the ceremony, the multimillion-euro investment was hailed as a model example of tourist development.

Following reports of the Greek arrest warrant, a local news website from Saranda questioned the timing of the operation, suggesting a possible Greek plot to damage local tourism and lamenting extensive media coverage of the issue.

In the meantime, Koco Kokedhima, the socialist party former MP that appears in the inaugural ceremony, later stated in a Facebook posts that attempts to link Balili family with his name were purely a smear campaign. “Balili’s were never supporters of the Socialist Party,” Kokedhima said. “Before 2013 [general elections] they were known supporters of the Democratic Party and turned over to the Socialist Movement of Integration after,” Kokedhima claimed.

“Worth hundreds of millions”

Greek police say their investigation into the drugs ring started about two years ago when large quantities of drugs were seized that evidently belonged to the same trafficking ring.

In the first arrest, on January 25, 2014, in the town of Patra, they arrested a Bulgarian citizen and confiscated 451 kilos of cannabis.

In April 2015, they seized about 678 kilos of cannabis on the border with Macedonia. Also in April 2015, police in Bulgaria seized 531 kilos of cannabis.

Greek police closed in last Sunday and arrested five suspected members of the group on the island of Zakinthos in northern Greece and seized another 678 kilos of cannabis hidden in an islet nearby. In Patra, they arrested two more members of the group and confiscated a speedboat.

Meanwhile, Albanians wonder why Balili is still free.

Top Channel, the biggest TV station in Albania, reported that “well-placed sources” in the Albanian police told them that officially, the reason is that Greece had not yet sent a request for Balili’s arrest – and that, although accused of leading a drugs trafficking ring, he “has not conducted any known illegal activity on the territory of Albania”.



Balili Family, District (south albania) chief of LSI Party and Ilir Meta in August 2015

(on right: Koko Kokodedhima, Albanian old „Sigurime“ Gangster.) background. the corruption minister: Arben Ahmeti (SP Party)

The next Super Scandal of LSI Mafia group of Ilir Meta, and in this time: judge ministry: Nasic Naco a high crime person. Now same LSI Party: judge Ministry Ylli Manjanj

Hotel „Santa Quaranta“Sarande: a illegal construction of the Albanian Mafia

Wastewater directly into the sea, on the illegal heaped Mole, with drainage pipes, which documents all governmental declaration nonsense area.
Displayto: prosecuting attorney: of the mayor of Sarande: Stefan Cipa on March 5, 2014, that this whole building is Balla Ballili completely illegally and without documents and permits.

Mafia Hotel Sarande:“Santa Quaranta“

16/05/2016, 12:21 Nga: Alba Kepi j

15/05/2016, 11:05

US Agression: Romania reduced to “smoking ruins” for hosting US missile defense system

mehr zum Thema: Stratfor-Chef: US-Raketenabwehr in Rumänien sinnlos gegen Russland

Russian scenario: Romania reduced to “smoking ruins” for hosting US missile defense system


Russia increased the intensity of its threats against the US and its allies after the US missile defense system at the Deveselu military base in southern Romania officially became operational on Thursday. Romania’s decision to host the installation has turned it into a primary target in case of a conflict, according to Russian commentator.

As the American, NATO and Romanian officials were cutting the ribbon of the newly installed system, the reaction in Russia suggested the system had raised the risks of a nuclear war, New York Times writes.

Russian officials reiterated their concerns that the facility inaugurated in Romania was a threat to Russia’s security even if the officials who were at the inauguration, which included NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, US Deputy Secretary of Defense Robert Work, and Romanian Prime Minister Dacian Ciolos, repeatedly said that the system was strictly defensive and not aimed at Russia.

“The public discussion in Russia was darker, including online commentary of how a nuclear confrontation might play out in Europe, and the prospect that Romania, the system’s host, might be reduced to <<smoking ruins>>,” the New York Times reported.

A Russian commentator, Konstantin Bogdanov, wrote on a local news portal (Lenta.ru), that the antimissile sites in Eastern Europe might lead to nuclear war in a crisis.

“They would inevitably become priority targets in the event of nuclear war, possibly even targets for preventive strikes. Countries like Romania that host American antimissile systems might be the only casualties, he wrote, whereas the United States would then reconcile with Russia over the smoking ruins of the East European elements of the missile defense system,” Bogdanov wrote, according to New York Times.

Last year, Russia “accidentally” showed the plans of a secret weapon: an underwater drone that can unleash a radioactive tsunami and destroy the coast cities in a targeted area.

Ever since the United States and Romania signed the agreement to deploy the missile defense system in Romania, in 2011, Russia has been threatening with retaliations. The US and NATO officials have been trying to convince Moscow that the system would protect the US and its European allies from rogue states such as Iran, which have developed ballistic capabilities…..