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Freitag, 13. April 2012

Wegen den guten Korruptions Möglichkeiten, will das Kosovo KSF auch Afghanistan Einsätze

Bis zu 7.000 € verdienen Albanische Militärs bei ihren Auslands Einsätzen. Oft müssen sie 50% direkt u.a. an Generalstabs Chef Gjuinksi abführen und Kredite aufnehmen, um einen Einsatz Befehl zuerhalten. Etliche haben keine Schule, gefälschte Militärs Ausbildung und kommen aus der Tropoje, Kukes, Diber, Burrel Region aus Nord Albanien, wo diese Gestalten vor 2 Jahren aus dem Irak rausgeworfen wurden, weil sie das komplette Irakische Militär korrumpierten.

Warum ein kaputtes Land, wie der Kosovo hier neue Verdienst Möglichkeit schaffen will, wird mehr wie deutlich, denn die geringen Kosovo Finanzen, wären besser für produktive Arbeits Plätze einzusetzen, als für Auslands Militär Einsätze.

General Brigade: Vladimir Qirjazi i.R. beschuldigt den Albanischen Generalstabs Chefs Xhemal Gjunkshi und Minister Arben Imani der Korruption


[2] 21.2.2012: Rund um die Albanischen Militär Einsätze im Ausland, wo der Irak die Albanischen Militärs in 2009 raus warf

Die Zierde des Albaner Militärs: korrupte, kriminelle Verwandte, unehrenhaft aus dem Militär wegen Diebstahl entlassen, dann als Koch wieder entsandt.

Aus dem Militär unehrenhaft entlassen, der Bruder des des Generalstabs Chef Xhemal Gjunshki, wurde als Koch nach Afghanistan entsandt, Ebenso Viele, welche keine Schulbildung hatten, zu dumm für jede Art von Kompetenz, aber aus Nord Albanien, dafür, wie der Generalstabs Chef. Bis 7.000 € kann man im Monat dort verdienen, + die Möglichkeit von Drogen Impoerten.
Das man sich in den NATO Stäben, mit solchen Gestalten blamiert, ist solchen Albaner Offizieren egal, denn 1996 gab es schon das erste Deutsch-Albanische Militär Manöver, was im selben Chaos praktisch unterging, wenn Idioten Offiziere waren aus Tropoje.


Kosovo aims to join foreign peacekeeping missions
11/04/2012
The KSF may soon take part in NATO-led missions in Libya and Afghanistan.
By Muhamet Brajshori for Southeast European Times in Pristina -- 11/04/12
photoThe Kosovo Security Force will soon join foreign peacekeeping missions. [Reuters]
While the Kosovo Security Force (KSF) conducts crisis response operations domestically and abroad, handles civil protection operations and assists civil authorities in responding to natural disasters and other emergencies -- it does not have the status of an army.
This year however, KSF, which was founded in 2008, will undergo a government-initiated restructuring that will include future participation in foreign peacekeeping and humanitarian missions.
"The likelihood of KSF engaging in humanitarian and peacekeeping missions is large, as the US and other NATO countries [have] requested participation," Ibrahim Shala, the director of public information at the KSF Ministry, told SETimes.
Before any missions abroad take place, however, the government must pass new legislation on the issue.
"KSF is working on the law draft and accompanying documentation to enable participation in peacekeeping missions, in co-operation with NATO countries and our international friends," Shala said.
Aside from the legal framework needed, the troops need to prepare. NATO member countries provide training for new members in foreign missions.
"KSF is training for peacekeeping and humanitarian operations. A platoon of 30 members was sent to Turkey for training in peacekeeping operations," Shala said, adding that KSF would likely participate in missions involving de-mining, medicine, conservation camps, search and rescue and logistics.
Kosovo forces would join others in the region in supporting international missions. Albania and Macedonia have troops in Afghanistan; Montenegro and Bosnia and Herzegovina have deployed troops to Afghanistan and Africa -- and have taken part in the US-led force in Iraq. Serbia, with its neutral position, does not participate in NATO-led missions, but has peacekeeping forces with the UN and EU in Africa.
Berat Bejtullahu, a researcher at the Centre for Conflict Research and Resolution in Pristina, told SETimes that because Kosovo lacks full international recognition, and does not have UN membership, the country will have a limited capacity to send missions abroad.
"The desire is high, but Kosovo is likely to join contingents of bigger countries like the US, UK or Turkey abroad, so that the lack of recognition does not make a full blockade. But overall, Kosovo will take part mainly in NATO or EU-lead missions," Bejtullahu said.
He added that KSF has the capacity to offer services in some military areas.
"KSF has been trained since it was founded by NATO as one of the most democratic controlled armies in the world, and has gained enough experience and expertise in different areas, which makes it a reliable partner for the international community," Bejtullahu told SETimes.
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http://setimes.com/

2 Albanische Soldaten, sind bei Kandahar in Afghanistan bei einem Feuer Gefecht umgekommen  

Noch ein Schwer Verbrecher und Terrorist wurde festgenommen, der Zivilisten entführte. Die Grossen wie Fatmir Limaj, Hashim Thaci, Xhavit Halili, Haradinaja Verbrecher Clans, laufen frei herum.

APRIL 14, 2012 | 17:57<
Serbian MUP arrests ex-KLA war crimes suspect

BELGRADE — Serbian Interior Ministry (MUP) officers have arrested a former members of the ethnic Albanian KLA, identified as Mark Kasneti, it has been announced.


Mark Kasneti (R), other KLA members, and illegally imprisoned civilians (photo courtesy of MUP)
Mark Kasneti (R), other KLA members, and illegally imprisoned civilians (photo courtesy of MUP)
Kasneti had an outstanding international war crimes warrant issued against him, said the authorities.
He was apprehended on the Merdare crossing at the administrative line between central Serbia and Kosovo and Metohija on Saturday. 

Interior Minister Ivica Dačić told Tanjug that Kasneti was charged with war crimes committed against Serbs in Kosovo and Metohija during the 1990’s. 

Dačić specified that the police arrested Kasneti while he was traveling on a bus. 

Serbian Deputy War Crimes Prosecutor Bruno Vekarić said that Kasneti is charged with a war crime committed against Serb civilians in the village of Krajimirovce in 1998, while he was a member of the so-called Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA). 

Kasneti will be brought before the Belgrade Special Court prosecutor for interrogation. 

The case against Kasneti was launched “on grounds of a photo obtained from the damaged party and thus established his potential responsibility”, Vekarić was quoted as saying, and adding that “the damaged party is available to the Prosecutor’s Office which bears major importance for conducting the trial”. 

The photo shows Kasneti and three other KLA members abusing two civilians whose hands are tied behind their backs with wire.

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