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Nach 35 Jahren wurde nun in Mitten der Touristen Haupt Saison, die Wasserleitung in Thehti, ausser Funktion gesetzt, was es im Moment überall zu einem Chaos kommt, auch mit dem Bauschrott der EU mit Abwasserleitungen und Wasserleitungen. Eine reine Nepotismus Idioten Klientel Politik der DP und Mafia Familien kontrollieren damit das Thehti Tal und die Region. Morde gab es ebenso schon Etliche in dem Tal, bei so wenig Leuten, aber immer wieder versuchen Verbrecher Familien sich dort anzusiedeln.
“Kuçedra” Voltana Ademi i pret ujin e pijshëm Thethit, u shkatërron sezonin turistik. Tenderi nepotik i ujësjellësit, lë turistët pa ujë
Që Voltana Ademi nuk ka lidhje me drejtimin e bashkisë së Shkodrës, tashmë e dinë i madh dhe i vogël. Kjo është kthyer tashmë më objekt barcaletash në Shkodër, vendin ku ato kanë dhe “qytetarinë”, ndonëse është barcaletë e dhimbshme dhe po u kushton shumë qytetarëve shkodranë që mesa duket mezi presin që të mbyllë këtë mandat Voltana. Por Voltana nuk mjaftohet me paaftësinë proverbiale me të cilën drejton bashkinë e Shkodrës, duke tejkaluar të gjithë elementët e shkatërrimit të kësaj bashkie në çdo gjë të mirë të saj. Rasti më flagrant është ndërprerja e ujit në zonën më të mirë turistike në vend, në Theth. Pikërisht në kulmin e sezonit, në kulmin e fluksit të turistëve, të cilët i kanë pritur dhe për të cilët janë përgatitur për muaj të tërë banorët e zonës që bëjnë turizëm. Kështu, në pikun e sezonit turistik, fshati Theth një ndër bukuritë natyrore më të vizituara në veri të Shqipërisë ka mbetur pa ujë të pijshëm. Një denoncim ka ardhur në media nga Ndoc Gjeçaj, i cili njofton se Thethit i është ndërprerë uji i pijshëm. Sipas Gjeçajt uji është ndërprerë sot në orën 12:00 dhe qindra turistë vuajnë mungesën e ujit të pijshëm, ndërkohë që sipas tij zyra e Ujësjellësit Shkodër pretendon se është lidhje e paligjshme.
“Nga ora 12 e ditës së sotme bashkia Shkodër nëpërmjet zyrës së Ujësjellësit ka ndërprerë ujin e pijshëm në fshatin Theth, ujë të cilin e kemi prej 35 vitesh duke na lidhur me një linjë që nuk ka ujë as deri në katin e dytë të banesave. Ne duam kontratat për ujin që kemi nxjerrë vetë sepse është kulmi i sezonit turistik dhe na ndërpritet uji pa asnjë njoftim duke gënjyer se është lidhje paligjeshme. Ju lutem merrni masa për publikimin e këtij lajmi sepse janë qindra turistë të huaj dhe shqiptar pa ujë sot në qendër të Thethit”, denoncon Gjeçi.
Po cila është e vërteta e ndërprerjes së linjës së ujit më të cilin banorët e Thethit furnizohen. Kryetarja e Bashkisë Shkodër Voltana Ademi, teksa i është nënshtruar një nepotizmi të thellë, përmes Mark Mollës kreut të ujësjellësit Shkodër, djalin e të cilit e ka dhe shofer, ka dhënë një tender për ujësjellës në këtë zonë turistike. Pasi ka shpenzuar miliona për këtë ujesjellës, që nuk e çon ujin as në katin e dytë të shtëpive karakteristike të Thethit, të përshtatura për turizëm, ka ndërprerë linjën e furnizimit me ujë që kanë pasur ata për 35 vite me radhë. Banorët e Thethit e kanë marrë ujin në lumë, ndërkohë që pikërisht këtë linjë furnizimi Voltana e ka ndërprerë, për të vënë në punë ujësjellësin e nepotizmit në Theth, përmes Mark Mollës.
Dhe pikërisht ky tender ka ndërprerë ujin në mes të sezonit turistik për Thethin, duke e shkatërruar sezonin dhe zhytur në katastrofë ekonominë e kësaj zonë që mezi e pret verën./Pamfleti.com
Bashkia si një familje e madhe Kjo është lista nepotike me familje të tëra që kanë kapur zyrat
FAMILJA E MADHE E BASHKISE
1 – Voltana Ademi (kryetare e bashkise), Fran Mjeda (specialist ne Ujesjelles – Kanalizime) – burre e grua.
2 – Mark Molla (drejtor i ujesjelles – Kanalizime), Emiliano Molla (shofer i kryetares se bashkise) – babe e bir.
3 – Filip Vila (drejtor i zyres sherbimeve sociale), Anton Pavaci dhe xhaxhai i tij (te dy punonjes ne impiantin e ujesjellesit te Shirokes) – kusherinj te afert me z. Vila.
4 – Pjerin Rraboshta (keshilltar juridik i kryetares) – Stesi Rraboshta (ekonomiste shtese tek FK Vllaznia) – burre e grua.
5 – Vildana Gushta (keshilltare e PD ne keshillin bashkiak, anetare e bordit mbikqyres te ujesjelles – kanalizime), Ingrid Gushta (financiere ne zyren e kultures se bashkise), Agim Gushta (punonjes ne Ujesjelles – Kanalizime) – nena me dy femijet.
6 – Naval Gjyli (specialiste tek ndihma ekonomike), Gerti Gjyli (financier ne Teatrin Migjeni), Doris Gjyli (Juriste ne Ujesjelles – Kanalizime) – nena me dy femijet.
7 – Mark Laloshi (ish- administrator i Velipojes, ish – anetar i bordit mbikqyres te FK Vllaznia, aktualisht keshilltar i kryetares se bashkise), Roza Laloshi (ne zyren e Tatim – Taksave – Bashkia Shkoder) – burre e grua.
8 – Erion Dilaveri (zyra e investimeve Bashkia Shkoder), Jerta Bushati (Juriste sektori ne bashki) – burre e grua.
9 – Gjorgjeta Hila (Pergjegjese tek prokurimet publike ne bashki), Gitjan Plani (punonjes ne Ujesjelles – Kanalizime) – burre e grua.
10 – Esmeralda Sokoli (zyra e urbanistikes ne bashki), Nereida Zalefi (nepunese ne Ujesjelles – Kanalizime) – nene e bije.
11 – Fatjon Kraja (zyra e medias ne bashki), Imelda Kraja (zyra e sherbimeve sociale) – burre e grua.
12 – Makbule Lohja (arketare ne arsimin parashkollor – çerdhet), Sidi Lohja (drejtor ne qendren kulturore “Pjeter Gaci“, i emeruar direkt pas diplomimit) – nene e bir. Gruaja dhe djali i ish – kreut te keshillit bashkiak Bardh Lohja.
Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic and the head of Turkey’s National Intelligence Organization (MIT) Hakan Fidan met to discuss common security issues on Monday.Following a closed-door meeting at the Presidential Palace in Belgrade, a written statement from Serbia’s presidency said bilateral security issues were among the topics discussed at the meeting:
„President Vucic emphasized that the migrant crisis, with growing terrorist threats, is the security challenge that both the Republic of Serbia and the Republic of Turkey are facing.“
The two men also agreed that for Serbia and Turkey, Monday’s meeting represented an important step in strengthening bilateral cooperation, with the goal of preserving peace and stability in the region as well as throughout Europe.
Vucic also asked Fidan to call on Turkey’s president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, to visit Serbia.
Serbia, a non-EU member, still faces significant challenges from the migrant crisis.
Migrants in Belgrade have been sleeping in abandoned premises near the city’s railway station and at other makeshift shelters ever since Hungary and Croatia closed their borders to those traveling the so-called ‚Balkan route‘.
There are still around 8,000 migrants still in Serbia; the security forces have also returned about 20,000 people who had tried to cross the country’s borders illegally.
Police say they have arrested around 2,000 human traffickers since the migrant crisis began./IBNA
spricht perfekt auch Deutsch, wie viele Mossad Agenten und primitiv Kriminelle US Politiker.
The Richard Perle Terrorism Mafia and to-day in Syrie: Iran-Contra Affäre, der Plan des US Botschafters Jeffrey Feltman, mit Prinz Bandar in 2008, wie man Syrien zerstören will
Militant groups the west ostensibly touted as “secular moderates” yearning for “freedom and democracy” have now openly declared their Salafi/Jihadi fundamentalist ideology, with the ultimate aim of creating a Syrian state ruled by Islamic law.
New MintPress Statement Reveals Saudi Pressure on Reporter.
Following AP reporter Dale Gavlak’s attempt to disassociate from the Mint Press News report: “Syrians In Ghouta Claim Saudi-Supplied Rebels Behind Chemical Attack” (see previous article for background here) Mint Press Editor in Chief Mnar Muhawesh published a statement in response reiterating her support for, and the credentials of, the two journalists involved, along with the substance of the report they had produced. The report in question included statements from residents and relatives of rebel fighters in Eastern Ghouta, who alleged that Saudi Intelligence Chief, Prince Bandar Bin Sultan, had supplied extremist elements in the region with chemical weapons.
The Muhawesh statement went largely unnoticed in mainstream media, instead, the usual actors produced a variety of baseless lurid smears and conspiracy theories directed at Mint Press and Yahya Ababneh, the reporter on the ground in Ghouta, in transparent efforts to discredit them and the substance of the report.
One particularly vulgar conspiracy crafted by the BuzzFeed “journalist” Rosie Gray – reminiscent of crass attempts to play on orientalist stereotypes of “Iranian deception” abundant in civilised US media and diplomacy-speak – attempted to portray the Mint Press as bias fabricators, on the grounds of the Editors father-in-law being a Shi’a Muslim. In effect casting him and Mint Press as Iranian stooges intent on subverting the western-promoted falsehood that the Assad government ordered the alleged chemical attacks.
In recent weeks, corporate media has largely gone quiet on the whole affair. With the Russian-brokered deal to destroy Syria’s chemical weapons stockpiles thwarting a determined effort by US hawks, Likudniks, and Gulf monarchs to escalate the Syrian war; the push for overt US intervention has subsided, and along with it the incessant parroting of fantasy narratives and dubious “evidence” attempting to blame the Assad government for the alleged chemical attacks on August 21st.
Muhawesh, fearing for the safety of Dale Gavlak and Yahya Ababneh, has remained silent on the issue since the release of the aforementioned communication, but has now released a full statement outlining a timeline of events surrounding the report, which is reprinted in its entirety below, I urge all to read in full:
I wanted to personally express my appreciation for your continued support and readership following our newsroom’s August 29, 2013 exclusive report titled: “Syrians in Ghouta Claim Saudi-Supplied Rebels Behind Chemical Attack.”
I’ve been silent until today out of concern for the safety of the journalists, Dale Gavlak and Yahya Ababneh, while we worked to bring clarity to their findings and ensuing events. I’m relieved to now be able to share happenings of the past 60 days as Human Rights Watch addresses ongoing threats to co-author Yahya by Jordanian and Saudi actors in Amman, Jordan.
Der mutmaßlich schwerwiegendste Fall lässt den türkischen Premier Recep Tayyip Erdoğan gerade vor Wut schäumen. In den vergangenen Wochen wurden über Youtube und Twitter Korruptionsvorwürfe gegen seine Regierung verbreitet. Der aktuelle Fall hat allerdings eine neue Dimension: In einem auf Youtube veröffentlichten Mitschnitt eines Gesprächs sollen Außenminister Ahmet Davutoğlu, Geheimdienstchef Hakan Fidan und zwei weitere ranghohe Funktionäre zu hören sein. Darin geht es nicht mehr um Geld, sondern um Raketen: Eine Fidan zugeschriebene Stimme regt eine bewaffnete Provokation im Bürgerkriegsland Syrien an, um einen türkischen Militärschlag zu rechtfertigen. So sollten Agenten von Syrien aus „acht Raketen“ auf türkisches Brachland abfeuern.
Die Echtheit der Äußerungen ist nicht erwiesen, das türkische Außenministerium bestätigt allerdings laut der türkischen Tageszeitung Hürriyet, dass es ein Treffen der genannten Personen gegeben hat. Auch die Reaktion Erdoğans und seines Außenministers deuten darauf hin, dass hier ein äußerst sensibler politischer Bereich berührt wird: Erdoğan verurteilte die Preisgabe von Interna als „widerwärtigen, feigen und unmoralischen Akt“. In einer Mitteilung sprach das Außenministerium von „manipuliertem“ Material und einer „bösartigen Attacke“ auf die nationale Sicherheit. Youtube wurde von den türkischen Behörden gesperrt.
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Laut dem Eurobarometer für Frühling 2017 vertrauen in Griechenland 88 Prozent der Bürger nicht der Regierung und 98% glauben, die Wirtschaft des Landes sei abgesoffen.
Im Eurobarometer für Frühjahrs 2017 beschreiben die Griechen ihre persönliche Zukunft, aber auch die Lage der Wirtschaft Griechenlands in „düsteren“ Farben.
Konkret erklären 98% der Griechen, die Lage der Wirtschaft sei völlig schlecht (Anstieg um 1% im Verhältnis zu dem Eurobarometer für Herbst 2016). Ein entsprechender Pessimismus wird auch auf die Frage bezüglich der wirtschaftlichen Lage der griechischen Haushalte verzeichnet, wobei 7 von 10 Befragten diese als völlig schlecht charakterisieren, während 49% antworten, auch ihre persönliche berufliche Situation sei völlig schlecht.
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Umwelt Probleme und Taliban identische Zerstörung durch diese oft extrem dummen Clans, welche sich heute Minister und Polizei, Zoll Direktoren, oder gar Richter Posten kaufen. Die Intelligenz ist ausgewandert und heute gibt es wo Albaner sich illegal niederlassen nur noch Dreck, Müll, Wasser Verseuchung und Zerstörung der Infrastruktur bis zur Abholzung der Wälder, weil man „functional illerate“ ist, also dümmer wie ein Tier und das zu 59 %. Traum Ziel Deutscher Minister, der EU Ratten, denn nur mit Kriminellen kann man gemeinsam Millionen stehlen, mit Phantom Projekten und Workshops.
Übleste Verbrecher trieben sich dort schon herum, mit US Pass, Profi kriminelle Terroristen wie die Abgesandten des Verbrechers: US Senator Eliot Engel die Bytyci Brüder, welche Waffen Schmuggel über die Grenze als Terroristen betrieben.
Tummel Platz der Kosovo Mafia vor allem: Rund um den Skhoder See
Grosse Landflächen hat man sich auch in TUZI, wie Ulcinji angeeignet, und in Skhoder, Shengin, rein kriminelle Verbrecher Regionen.
07 Aug 17
Choppy Waters in the Fight against Montenegrin Poachers
They make an odd crime-fighting duo, but two rangers who patrol the largest lake in southern Europe have a reputation for being incorruptible.
Clouds roll over Lake Skadar, the largest freshwater body in southern Europe. Photo: Darko Vuckovic
The engine clattered to a stop and we were adrift in the lake, the waves pushing our speedboat towards the darkness of open water. It was after midnight.
“Fishnets,” groaned the Albanian ranger. “It’ll be tricky to get them off the propeller.”
He rummaged in the boat but all he could find was a small razor.
After more than an hour perched on a ledge over the motor, painstakingly slicing the net from the blades, he finally cut us free. Back in the boat, water dripped from his uniform and sweat from his face.
“Something like this happens almost every night,” he said, then revved the engine to continue our patrol towards a canalof the Moraca river.
From mid-March to mid-May, fishing is banned on Lake Skadar, a vast freshwater system straddling the borders of Albania and Montenegro. You wouldn’t know it though, judging by all the nets.
A little later, the other ranger on board, a Macedonian game warden, battled the wind as he hauled out a fishnet around 100 metres long. It was flapping with a few trapped carp. Some weighed as much as three kilograms.
In the canal of the Moraca river, we found an even longer net with around 20 carp stuck in the mesh. Set free, their scales gleamed in the moonlight as they slipped back in the water – a lucky escape from people too greedy to leave them alone even during spawning season.
“I don’t know if we should be happy or worried because so few fish were caught in the net,” the Montenegrin ranger said.
Scientists warn that there are far fewer fish in the lake than there used to be – and numbers are falling every year. They blame poachers for the decline.
Employed to go on joint night patrols by thepublic company that manages Montenegro’s national parks,the two rangers make quite a pair. They declined to be identified by name.
One, from the Albanian border town of Ostros on the southeast tip of Lake Skadar, is tall, muscular and a man of few words. The other is from the Montenegrin village of Bijelo Polje, northeast of the lake. He’s ropey, tough and talkative.
Known for being incorruptible, the two take a zero-tolerance approach to poaching during spawning season. When it comes to protecting the waterways, they have the best results of any rangers.
Paid little to brave the cold nights, and in constant danger of being attacked by jumpy poachers, they risk their lives because they see the work as essential. They said they’d patrol for free if they had to.
“The whole of Montenegro could live from this lake and its fish, but it’s tragic when we see what people – locals in the first place – are doing with it,” the Montenegrin said.
There are many challenges in safeguarding the lake, they said. For one thing, poachers who use electricity, spears, nets and other illegal means of fishing, somehow get wind of exactly when they’re coming.
Another problem is their employee’s tight finances. Sometimes they don’t even have enough oil for their speedboats.
But they remain committed. Out of love for the lake, they go the extra mile to protect it. They explained how hard it is to support their families on a ranger’s salary – but somehow they get by. Like most Montenegrins and Albanians, they’re not quite sure how. They just do.
The Montenegrin ranger said he was driven by the thought of leaving Lake Skadar in good enough condition for his children to enjoy its beauty, “not to despair of its ruin”.
“When I was a kid and the lake flooded our fields, the other kids and I would play with the carp in the shallows,” he said. “It was full of them. Now I guess it’s totally different.“
Ivan Cadjenovic is a Montenegrin journalist who writes about society and education. For the Balkan Fellowship for Journalistic Excellence, he is investigating ecological issues.
The Minister of Interior, Dritan Demiraj, visited today the city of Elbasan, to have a closer look to the alarming situation with fires.
“Unacceptable. I am here in Krasta, Elbasan, and you don’t see enough firefighters, army and Civilian Emergency staff. No one from the local government or from citizens. This situation can be taken under control only if we all cooperate”, Demiraj said.
However, the Minister thanked the Head of Civilian Emergencies and his structures. On Facebook, Demiraj wrote that intentionally started fires have put in danger our national security. For this reason he warned that the ones who light fires will be caught and imprisoned.
The Hellenic Air Force is currently carrying out a huge firefighting mission, not only within Greece but also outside Greek borders.Two Greek firefighting planes have been sent to help out in fires in Albania since Thursday. The decision to send Greek firefighting vessels was taken at the request of the Albanian government, according to sources.
According to information from the Hellenic Airforce, 2 PZL-Mielec M-18 Dromader executed three sorties to Avlona, Albania, which equals 12 flight hours. From Thursday until today, 2 PZL have executed 14 sorties and 30 flight hours to Avlona, Albania.
According to a statement by the Greek General Secretariat for Civil Protection, Greece has also offered ground firefighting forces, but the Albanian authorities have advised against it since the soil morphology in the affected areas does not allow for such an attempt to be made.
According to the Albanian Civil Protection Authorities, the fires that occurred on August 1 in the southern regions of the country are still out of control. In fact, the situation is considered critical due to the strong winds, the high temperatures and the mountain topography.
Lastly, it is worth noting that following Albania’s request to the European Civil Protection Civil Aviation Mechanism, Greece is the only country that responded despite its own high demand of aircraft due to the large number of fires in Greece at the moment.
It is worth mentioning that assistance by the Hellenic Air Force is taking place following a request made to Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias by his Albanian counterpart, while activating the European Civil Protection Mechanism./IBNA
Das Kalivaç Projekt
Das erste Wasserkraftwerk, das von der Planungs- in die Bauphase getreten ist, ist das Kalivaç-Projekt nahe der Stadt Tepelena. Der Bau hat 2007 begonnen, wurde jedoch mehrere Male unterbrochen. Ursprünglich haben die italienische Becchetti Group und die Deutsche Bank die Hauptfinanzierung übernommen. (http://www.begspa.com/eng/idroelettrico.htm).
Seit 10 Jahren ruhen die Bauarbeiten erneut. Erst etwa 30 Prozent des Projekts sind fertig gestellt – zum Glück für die Vjosa und ihre BewohnerInnen. Noch fließt die Vjosa frei, doch wie lange noch? Der Kalivaç-Staudamm würde den Sedimenttransport des Flusses von den Bergen bis zur Mündung in die Adria blockieren und damit den natürlichen Herzschlag des gesamten Flusssystems stoppen.
Durch das Blockieren der Sedimente käme es unterhalb des Staudamms zu einer verstärkten Tiefenerosion, die sich auf den gesamten folgenden Flussabschnitt auswirken würde. Sogar das Flussdelta an der Adria wäre betroffen. Die Auwälder würden auf einer Strecke von fast 100 Kilometern geschädigt. Sämtliche Lebensräume in und entlang der Vjosa würden in Mitleidenschaft gezogen.
Die Vjosa und ihre Zuflüsse sind vor allem für wandernde Fischarten von großer Bedeutung, da sie auf klare, kalte und schotterreiche Gebirgsbäche angewiesen sind. So einen Lebensraum bietet der Hauptzufluss der Vjosa – der 85 Kilometer lange Drinos. Sowohl der Drinos als auch die obere Vjosa würden durch den Kalivaç Staudamm vom unteren Vjosatal und der Adria abgeschnitten werden. So ginge eines der letzten und größten verbliebenen Habitate für den Europäischen Aal sowie zahlreiche weitere wandernde Fischarten in Albanien verloren.
In Albanien streiten Umweltschützer, Unternehmer und Anwohner über den Bau neuer Staudämme. Die letzten natürlichen Wasserläufe Europas sind in Gefahr – und mit ihnen einzigartige Biotope.
Wenn Paul Meulenbroek ins Wasser steigt, bleibt man besser am Ufer zurück. Auf dem Rücken trägt er einen kleinen Motor, der Geräusche macht wie ein Laubbläser. Doch es geht nicht darum, Luft zu pusten – der Biologe aus Wien erzeugt mit dem Motor Strom für ein 400 Volt starkes elektrisches Feld, mit dem er Fische kurzzeitig lähmt und dann leicht einkeschern kann.
Meulenbroek steht bis zur Hüfte im blau schimmernden Wasser der Vjosa, ein wilder Fluss im Süden Albaniens. Sein Gummianzug schützt ihn vor den Stromstößen. „Hier gibt es viele Jungfische“, sagt der Biologe und gibt seinem Kollegen am Ufer ein silbern glänzendes Tier von knapp zehn Zentimetern Länge.
Die Forscher wollen sich einen Überblick über die im Wasser lebenden Arten verschaffen.
Das Vjosa-Tal, rund 50 Kilometer vor der Flussmündung in die Adria, gleicht einem Paradies. Keine Straße, keine Brücke stört die Idylle. Immer wieder verzweigt sich der 270 Kilometer lange Strom in seinem Unterlauf auf breiten Schotterbänken in zwei oder mehr Arme, praktisch mit jedem Hochwasser verschiebt sich sein Bett.
Grüne Hügel flankieren das breite Tal, ganz oben liegt selbst Anfang Mai noch Schnee. Auf den Hängen wachsen Olivenbäume, Bauern bestellen ihre Felder auf den fruchtbaren Ebenen, eine Schafsherde zieht mit Glockengeläut vorbei.
Doch die Idylle im Süden Albaniens ist bedroht. Hier nahe Poçem, wo Meulenbroek gerade einen Fisch nach dem anderen aus dem Wasser holt, könnte schon bald ein Damm gebaut werden für ein Wasserkraftwerk. Der typische Lebensraum der Flussfische wäre zerstört. Viele andere Tier- und Pflanzenarten drohten zu verschwinden. Die Bauern aus dem benachbarten Dorf Kutë verlören ihre Lebensgrundlage, weil ihre Weiden und Felder unter Wasser stünden.
Albanien ist noch kein EU-Mitglied, doch auch hier ist bei Großprojekten wie einem Staudamm eine Umweltverträglichkeitsprüfung gesetzlich vorgeschrieben. Das türkische Unternehmen Kovlu Energji, das den Staudamm errichten will, hat eine solche Prüfung tatsächlich vorgelegt. Durchgeführt wurde diese von einer privaten Consultingfirma aus Tirana.
Doch für den Wiener Zoologieprofessor Friedrich Schiemer ist sie schlicht „eine Karikatur“. „Das Papier besteht zu großen Teilen aus Passagen, die aus anderen Gutachten eins zu eins kopiert wurden. Eine Bestandsaufnahme vor Ort hat es nie gegeben.“…………………..http://www.spiegel.de/wissenschaft/uebermorgen/albanien-der-vjosa-fluss-ist-das-letzte-blaue-wunder-europas-und-in-gefahr-a-1146095.html
Mit Betrug Geld machen, noch mehr Millionen in Unfugs Programme, mit kriminellen Partnern stecken
„““ Entwicklungshilfe von oben macht nur „die oben“ reich
Wissen die Migrationskrisen-Politiker das nicht? Oder wollen sie es gar nicht wissen? Weil sie nur Action-Show machen wollen, die nächsten Wahlen im Blick? Entwicklungshilfe von oben macht nur „die oben“ reich, bei den Armen kommt nichts an. Die haben keine Jobs, keine Perspektive. Und die machen sich deshalb auf den Weg……………………. Nur eine wirtschaftliche Entwicklung von unten hat dauerhaft eine Chance
Manche werden trotzdem emigrieren. Aus Kriegsgebieten und Terror-Regionen sowieso. Da kann nur Frieden den Exodus stoppen. Aber überall dort, wo Armut und Hunger die Menschen zu Migranten macht, werden viele bleiben und eine wirtschaftliche Entwicklung von unten einleiten. Und nur die hat dauerhaft eine Chance………“““
und der wegen Drogen Schmuggel vorbestrafte Super Gangster Fatmir Mediu, der von der EU 140 Millionen € als Umwelt Minister erhielt, welche natürlich spurlos verschwanden im korurpten Enterprise der EU Botschaften. Die praktisch nur in Betrugs Projekten auftretende EBRD Bank, ist genauso dabei, wie die KfW.
A hydropower plant, which the Austrian company ENSO is building in the Lengarica River in southern Albania with financing
by the IFC, threatens to ruin a famous canyon, BIRN can reveal.
|The Lengarica canyon is a monument of nature, which enjoyes category 1 protection | Photo by : Lindita Cela|
The heavy-duty trucks and earth-moving machinery working to construct a hydropower plant on the Lengarica River in southern Albania, close to the Greek border, look like alien imports in this pristine natural environment.
The river has cut a four-kilometre-long canyon through the limestone in the heart of the Hotova Pine national park, which is host to a series of thermal water springs, renowned for healing qualities, as well as a 17th-century bridge.
This ensemble of natural and cultural monuments enjoys the protection of the law. However, despite the law, and the area’s natural and cultural value, the government is allowing a hydropower plant to be built on the river, even though environmentalists fear it will severely damage the canyon.
The hydropower plant is being financed by the International Finance Corporation, IFC, the commercial arm of the World Bank, and is being constructed by an Austrian company, Enso Hydro, through a local subsidiary, Lengarica & Energy.
Documents obtained by BIRN and interviews with experts and government officials show that Lengarica & Energy’s initial application for a permit was rejected, owing to its negative impact on the Lengarica canyon and Hotova Pine national park.
However, an environmental permit for the project was ultimately approved, apparently following political pressure.
The river canyon is a natural monument enjoying Category 1 protection status under Albanian law, “which does not allow for any sort of construction,” Zamir Dedej, head of Albania’s Institute for Nature Protection, recalled.
Enso Hydro admits that the plant is being constructed in a “sensitive” natural environment, but insists that the project will have no impact on the canyon itself.
The company says that while it is using water that flows in the canyon, it is not actually building inside it, in the Category 1 area.
It also underlines that it has received all the construction permits it needs from the government – and says it is up to the authorities to monitor compliance with the permits.
“We were aware that it was a sensitive area,” Lengarica & Energy director Wolfgang Kropfl, said.
The World Bank, which controls 20 per cent of the project through its investment in Lengarica & Energy, underlines that it reviewed the project under IFC Environmental Performance Standards criteria before deciding to finance it.
Albania’s centre-left government took power in September 2013 after its predecessor had already given the project the final go-ahead. In the face of protests by environmental groups, it has set up a taskforce to review the potential environmental impact.
The Lengarica canyon is considered an exceptional natural monument owing to its geological form and the thick vegetation, which are home many species of birds.
Together with the Benja thermal springs and the 17th-century Kadiu Bridge, the canyon has drawn a growing number of tourists to the Hotova Pine national park. They have become an important source of revenue for local residents.
“People in Albania act like there is no tomorrow; they don’t think about the future,” Gorgio Ponti, coordinator of the tourists’ hospitality centre in the nearby town of Permet, complained.
“It’s paradoxical that the Albanian government wants to develop tourism in the area – and then opts to build a power plant,” he added.
‘We made a good deal’:
|The thermal springs of Benja with the 17th century Kadiu bridge in the background | Photo by : Lindita Cela|
The Lengarica project first took life in 2008, when the government awarded a concession to a little-known Albanian company, Hasi Energji, to build two small hydropower plants on the Lengarica.
Hasi Energji, which had little capital, then sold the concession in a series of transactions to Enso Hydro, which was scouting the possibilities of hydro power in Albania.
The Austrian company specializes in small hydropower plants, with plants in Austria, Norway and Turkey, as well as Albania.
To finance the project, Enso Hydro sought financing from the IFC and a German bank. Construction began in the summer of 2013, despite the objections of local environmental groups.
|Flood of power plant contracts:Lengarica is not the only hydropower plant project that threatens a naturally protected area in Albania.BIRN has discovered that over eight years, the former centre-right government of Sali Berisha awarded dozens of licenses to build power plants in natural parks, which experts say were poorly planned, and which environmentalist warn could cause irreparable damage to the environment if work went ahead.These projects are only a portion of the 435 hydropower plant concessions awarded in Albania over the last decade, often to local companies with little and no experience in the energy field.Only 44 of the hydropower plants have since secured financing, been constructed and are now producing energy.The process of issuing these concessions has also been marked by corruption allegations reaching to the highest echelons of power.The Prosecutor’s office twice investigated corruption and conflict of interest allegations over power plant concessions.One case concerned the Democratic Party MP, Albana Vokshi. The other was against Ilir Meta, head of the Socialist Movement for Integration and now speaker of parliament.The prosecutor’s office dismissed the case against Vokshi, while Meta was declared innocent following a controversial trial before the Supreme Court in January 2012.Many small companies, like Hasi Energji, meanwhile now have hydropower plant concession contracts and are seeking foreign investors like Enso Hydro.Experts doubt the quality of many of these projects and are suspicious of the government filters that approved them.Farudin Hoxha, engineer of the biggest dam in Albania and a respected expert on hydropower plants, says many of these projects are poorly designed.He spent almost two decades on designing two small hydropower plants, Suha 1 and Suha 2.“I am can’t state with authority in what timeframe these project were designed – but I am sure none of them took 20 years,” he said.
Another concern among experts is the way that the former government under Berisha handed out concessions in the absence of a serious study on the hydropower capacity of the country.
Marjana Coku, an official in the Agency of Natural Resources, said the whole process of issuing the contracts worked back to front.
“The government should first have determined where to build and then examined the project proposals – but the opposite happened,” Coku said.
After Edi Rama’s centre-left government took office last September, Rama initiated a technical review of the projects, following the accusations it had made earlier while in opposition of conflicts of interest.
The Ministry of Energy has since revoked the concessions of 30 hydropower plants – for breaching contract terms concerning the timeframe of construction, lack of technical and financial capacities of the companies concerned and – in some cases – the negative impact on the environment.
Documents secured by BIRN show that Hasi Energji originally planned to build a complex of villas near the Benja thermal spring and applied for a permit with this in mind in 2006.
However, the company then changed its mind and applied for a concession to build two small hydropower plants, Lengarica 1 and Lengarica 2, with an installed capacity of 3,700 and 2,500kW. It obtained a contract in 2008.
When Hasi Energji obtained the concession for the plants from the Ministry of Economy, it had capital assets of only 100,000 lek (€850), the minimum required by law to register as a company. Its only business experience was in the import and export of food materials.
Astrit Dhromaj,a former shareholder in the company, says the company never intended to develop the power plants itself. “We wanted to find a foreign company [to invest], which is what we did,” he told BIRN in a telephone interview.
In 2009, the Minister of Economy, Genc Ruli signed a contract with Hasi Energji, amending the concessionary agreement that the company had received earlier and reducing the number of power plants in the concession from two to one.
However, this single plant would have a much larger installed capacity than was originally planned, of 8,906 kW.
With the amended concession in its hands, Hasi Energji created a joint company with Enso Hydro in 2011, Lengarica & Energy, which first transferred 20 per cent of the shares to the Austrians and then sold them all the remaining shares for €800,000.
On August 3, 2011, Hydro took control of all the shares of Lengarica & Energy.
Hasi Energji spent between 15,000 and 20,000 euro for the concession before selling it. “This was an important project and I think we made a good deal,” Dhromaj, the former shareholder in Hasi Energji, said.
Sudden change of heart:
After Enso Hydro took control of the company, the project to develop the larger single hydropower plant on the Lengarica moved forward.
The one problem was that since the time that Hasi Energji first obtained a concession and an environmental permit in December 2008, the government had declared the Hotova Pine area a national park.
This decision divided the park into four zones: a core area; an area of sustainable development; a recreational area; a traditional use area.
Following its acquisition of Lengarica & Energy, Enso Hydro developed a new project for the power plant.
Water would be taken in from the upper side of the canyon and deviated through a four-kilometre underground tunnel, which would then stretch another 3.75 kilometres above ground through tubes before reaching the power plant.
Of the total flow of the river at its peak, the power plant would use 8 metric cubes per second, leaving only 0.2 metric cubes per second to flow into the canyon, which the company says is enough to sustain its ecosystem.
When Lengarica & Energy bought the concession from Hasi Energji in 2011, it also had to reapply for a new environmental permit with the Ministry of Environment because the project now extended inside the boundaries of the Hotova Pine park.
Documents obtained by BIRN show that when Lengarica & Energy first applied for an environmental permit, the Ministry of Environment rejected it on October 4th, 2011.
The commission tasked with reviewing the project said building a power plant inside a national park protected by law was not feasible.
“Implementation of this project would cause considerable negative effects and damage the canyon in breach of the 2002 law on protected areas,” the ministry said.
“The deviation of the water flow will also damage the thermal springs near Benja at the end of the canyon,” it added.
|Tunnel contructed by Lengarica & Energji for the hydro power plant | Photo by : Lindita Cela|
The plant could “only be built if it used the water on the lower side of the canyon, after passing the Benja thermal water springs,” it continued.
However, after Lengarica & Energy reapplied for an environmental permit, only two months later, without changing the project, the same ministerial commission changed its mind. It approved the plant’s construction on January 21st, 2012.
A former ministry official, who spoke on condition of anonymity, told BIRN that the change of heart was the result of pressure applied by two MPs from the then ruling Democratic Party
“After I refused [to approve the project], I was fired directly on the order of the minister,” the official said.
The 2002 law on protected areas protects the Lengarica canyon from all development under Category I status. Article 5, section 2 of the law forbids all construction work in Category I areas.
However, Lengarica & Energy says this article of the law is not relevant to the project, which only involves diverting water away from the canyon, not construction work in the actual canyon.
“If it [the work] was not allowed, the government should have not given us the environmental permit,” company lawyer Vilma Gjyshi said. “As we were granted the permit, we have a right to develop the project,” she added.
Wolfgang Kropfl, director of Lengarica & Energy, says the power plant only stretches into so-called Category 2 protected areas – and work can take place in Category 2 areas with the necessary permits. “We are not working in the canyon,” Kropfl noted.
However, Sokol Abazaj, who worked as a consultant with Enso Hydro to develop the Lengarica project until 2012, told BIRN that Kropfl knew the project was controversial and had sought the area’s removal from the national park.
“Lengarica & Energy asked for the area to be removed from the national park,” Abazaj maintained.
“This request was never approved by Albanian institutions, although Kropfl, administrator of Lengarica & Energy… repeated it more than once,” he added.
Abazaj claims that conflicts over the environmental consequences of the project became a source of dispute between him and Kropfl.
“I told him that in Albania… there are laws and regulations that cannot be breached,” Abazaj said. “It will come out one day in the media that there is real catastrophe there,” he added, referring to the project.
Kropfl dismisses the allegations. The company had no reason to seek the removal of the planned area of work from the national park, he said. “As the company, we did nothing about this. Why should we do any removing, or lobby for this?” he asked.
|Construction of the Lengarica power plant | Photo by : Lindita Cela|
Kropfl also argues that – by deviating water away from the canyon – the project may prevent the lower part of the river from flooding during times of peak flow.
The IFC, meanwhile, told BIRN that the project had been evaluated “according to the IFC Sustainability Framework and the IFC Environmental and Social Performance Standards, which promote the protection of biodiversity and the sustainable management of natural resources.
“Based on information provided by the company, the Lengarica Project does not fall under protected area Category 1,” the IFC said. “The intake and tunnel fall under Category 2, and the… power house and part of substation fall under Category 3,” it added.
Referring to the 2002 law on protected areas, it continued: “Everything is designed in compliance with Article 6, point 3 a) of the law.”
Article 6, point 3 a) of the law does indeed permit activities that “change the natural state of water reservoirs, springs, lakes and water basins”. It says nothing about whether permission extends to such major projects as building hydropower plants, however.
While Lengarica & Energy insists that the plant is being built in the “sustainable development and traditional use” areas of the national park, the December 2008 government decision – which declared the Hotova Pine area a national park – underlined that only economic activity with a minimal impact on the environment should take place in the sustainable development area.
“In the sustainable development area, which serves as a buffer zone to the Category 1 core area, seasonal economic activities (grazing, collecting medicinal plants, secondary products from the forest), are allowed that do not have an impact on the ecological integrity of the ecosystem,” the decision read.
Contacted by BIRN, the ministries of Energy and Environment said they were awaiting the conclusions of a taskforce set up by both ministries, following the complaints by the local community and the environmental groups.
“We will analyze the conclusions of the joint taskforce in order to find out whether the concerns expressed by the community and civil society have any bases,” Energy Minister Damian Gjiknuri said.
Kjo është lista me emrat e parë të kabinetit të Presidentit Meta:
Shef Kabineti – Bahri Shaqiri
Këshilltar për Luftën kundër Trafiqeve – Klement Balili
Këshilltar për Sigurinë Kombëtare – Nard Koka
Këshilltar për Mediat – Irfan Hysenbelliu
Këshilltar për Infrastrukturën – Agim Salillari
Këshilltar për SHISH dhe Përgjimet – Ilir Marko
Këshilltar për NATO – Ilir Kulla
Këshilltar për Protokollin – Bora Meta
Këshilltar për Marrëdhëniet me Jashtë – Kastriot Ismailaj
Këshilltar për Sipërmarrjet, Shoqatat dhe Marrëdhëniet me Soros – Bajram Muça
Këshilltar për Strehimin dhe Çështjet Sociale – Dod Doçi Lura
Këshilltar për të Drejtat e Njeriut – Igli Totizani
Këshilltar për Kulturën – Bes Kallaku
Sekretar në Paradhomë – Arben Cici
Këshilltar për Çështjet e Minoriteteve – Ardi Daullxhiu
Këshilltar për Arsimin – Nora Malaj
Zëdhënëse për Shtyp – Marsela Karapanço
Këshilltar për Ekonominë – Besjan Pesha
Sigurisht kjo listë është një shaka pa zarar, por që pas “divorcit dhe braktisjes” së presidentit nga “familja”, të paktën Ilir Meta e ka të domosdoshme që të mbaj pranë miqtë e tij… më të ngushtë!
Jetzt haben die Jemiten einige Raketen 800 km weit fliegen lassen, auf Saudi Raffinerien, was die einzige Antwort ist auf den Deutschen Terror, Waffenlieferungen nach Riad und Ursula von der Leyen immer dabei, schlimmer wie Hitler, Himmler und andere Kriegs Verbrecher. Korrupte Deutsche Generäle machen inzwischen für die Karriere bei jedem Verbrechen mit.
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Bei ihrem Besuch in Saudi Arabien will „Verteidigungsministerin“ von der Leyen die Militärkooperation mit Saudi Arabien weiter ausbauen. Zukünftig sollen nicht nur saudische Soldaten in Deutschland ausgebildet werden, sondern auch deutsche Soldaten nach Saudi Arabien entsandt werden, u.a. um sich an einem gemensamen Hauptquartier sunnitischer Kräfte (der Islamic Military Counter Terrorism Coalition) zu beteiligen.
Saudi-Arabien-Besuch: Außenminister Steinmeier wohnt landestypischer Enthauptung bei
Riad (dpo) – Frank-Walter Steinmeier hat den zweiten Teil seiner Nahostreise angetreten. In der saudi-arabischen Hauptstadt Riad besuchte der deutsche Außenminister heute mit seinen Gastgebern eine landestypische Enthauptung.
„Als Diplomat bekommt man ja immer wieder die Gelegenheit, lokales Brauchtum aus nächster Nähe zu erfahren, aber das war natürlich schon etwas Besonderes“, so Steinmeier, der als Ehrengast ganz vorne stehen und sich von der Schärfe des eingesetzten Schwertes („Sulthan“) überzeugen durfte.
Vor dem Höhepunkt der Hinrichtung durfte der deutsche Außenminister noch ein paar letzte Worte mit dem verurteilten Ehebrecher wechseln, bevor der Scharfrichter den Kopf des Mannes mit zwei gezielten Schwerthieben vom Rumpf trennte.
„Ein äußerst faszinierender Brauch, den unser wichtigster Partner in der Region da pflegt“, erklärte Steinmeier nach der Veranstaltung. „Hoffentlich hat mein Hemd nichts abbekommen.“ Anschließend besuchte er gemeinsam mit dem saudi-arabischen Handelsminister ein Gestüt im Osten der Stadt.
On Saturday, the Yemeni Houthi insurgent group (officially known as Ansar Allah) claimed it fired a ‘Burkan-2’ ballistic missile at a Saudi Arabian oil refinery in the coastal town of Yanbu.
The rebel group reported on its website today that the missile launch was the “culmination of a series of military operations” undertaken on Saudi forces. Most of these operations were reported in Saudi’s southern regions of Asir, Jizan, and Najran. In the initial statement of the missile launch, the Houthis said that this is a new phase in the conflict with Saudi Arabia and that more refineries will be hit unless “the brutal aggression in Yemen stops.”
Saudia Arabia has not confirmed a ballistic missile launch into its territory on Saturday. Instead, Saudi authorities reported that a fire, started by hot weather, hit a power transformer near the entrance to the oil refinery. It is unclear what damage was done to the refinery.
The Burkan-2 ballistic missile, which is akin to a Scud, is a relatively new missile design for the Yemeni rebel group. The Burkan-1 was introduced last year with a reported range to hit Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, approximately 800km away. Yanbu, however, sits 300km north of Jeddah. This indicates a longer range for the Burkan-2 missile.
In March, Saudi officials reported that state defenses shot down four ballistic missiles coming from Yemen. Two months later, the Houthis reported its forces launched a ballistic missile at Riyadh prior to the arrival of US President Donald Trump. Saudi later said it shot down the missile in its southern regions. In January, another ballistic missile was reported fired at a Saudi base on the Red Sea island of Zuqar. Several similar incidents also occurred throughout 2016.
US Mercenaries from DynCorp Have Arrived In Yemen
The US defense industry had found another cash cow
Originally Appeared at German Economic News. Translated from the German by Kay Olms
New mercenary’s from DynCorp have arrived in Yemen to fight the rebels in the country. They are meant to replace those of Blackwater, who had previously been killed one after the other by the rebels.
The first mercenaries of the private US military company arrived last Wednesday at the port of Ras Omran, southwest of Aden. They will replace the mercenaries of Academi, formerly Blackwater, since they weren’t able to withstand in the fight against the Houthi rebels, as was reported by the Greek newspaper Tribune.
According to a report by TeleSUR, about 39 Blackwater mercenaries were killed in Yemen over the past few weeks. Already on 1. February, Blackwater’s commander-in-chief Nicholas Boutros was killed during fight against the rebels in the province of Lahij. They were forced to retreat from the region of Bab-el-Mandeb completely .
IN Riad: erst von der Leyen, nun Angela Merkel, denn Profite im Mord und Tod müssen gemacht werden
28.04.2017 – Beihilfe zur Hungersnot
BERLIN/RIAD (Eigener Bericht) – Bundeskanzlerin Angela Merkel wird am
Sonntag zu Gesprächen über die Kriege in Syrien und im Jemen in der
saudischen Hauptstadt Riad erwartet. Dies berichten saudische Medien.
Demnach nehmen die Stellvertreterkriege, die Saudi-Arabien zur Zeit
gegen Iran führt, neben dem Ausbau der Wirtschaftsbeziehungen eine
zentrale Stellung beim Besuch der Kanzlerin in der Golfmonarchie ein.
Berlin unterstützt Riad in den Stellvertreterkriegen – politisch,
aber auch mit der Lieferung von Waffen, obwohl diese nachweislich im
Jemen zum Einsatz kommen. Saudi-Arabien wird wegen des Krieges im
Jemen scharf kritisiert: Dieser führt zu zahlreichen Todesopfern
unter der Zivilbevölkerung; außerdem provoziert die von Riad
verhängte Seeblockade gegen jemenitische Häfen eine Hungersnot.
Bereits jetzt sind 2,2 Millionen Kinder im Jemen mangelernährt,
500.000 von ihnen sind vom Hungertod bedroht. Erst im März hat Berlin
die Lieferung weiterer deutscher Patrouillenboote an Saudi-Arabien
genehmigt, obwohl diese genutzt werden können, um die Seeblockade zu
erzwingen. Hilfsorganisationen laufen Sturm.