Neben der Kontamierung mit DU Munition (141 Seiten, Gutachten), ist die Gegend von Decani, der Kosovo mit gefährlichen Giften verseucht.
Höhepunkt sind kriminelle Umtriebe, oft der Firma Kelag, aus Osterreich,welche die Wasserversorgung stoppen musste, nachdem 800 Leute krank wurden, 2 sogar starben. Die Österreichische Energie Unternehmer, sind übelste Subventions Abzocker, im Balkan, bei jedem kriminellen Geschäft dabei auch im Glucksspiel Betrug und Geldwäsche dabei. Schlimmer wie die Italiener, wo auch alle Ratten einmal im Balkan waren
Kelkos baut im Kosovo umstrittene Wasserkraftwerke. Aktivisten schreiben nun an Österreichs Außenminister
Illustration. Photo: BIRN
“A state of emergency has been declared on the entire territory of the municipality of Decan,” said the text of an official decision made by the mayor of Decan/Decani, Bashkim Ramosaj, on Tuesday.
Ramosaj said he made the decision because more than 880 people are suspected to have fallen ill as a result of drinking contaminated water in the municipality over the past two days.
Local residents in the villages of Prejlep, Rastavica, Irzniq, Gllogjan, Shaptej, Gramaqel, Baballoq, Ratisha and Jasic i Ri claimed they have suffered from diarrhea, dizziness, nausea and vomiting.
The spokesperson for the Basic Prosecution in Peja/Pec, Shkodran Nikci, told BIRN on Tuesday that two people have died and their bodies have been sent to the Institute of Forensic Medicine for autopsy to see if they were poisoned.
But Kosovo’s Health Minister Arben Vitia then told media that the two deaths “are not related to the [suspected water contamination] situation”.
Suspicions have been raised that the reported illnesses were caused by drinking water supplied by a company called Hidrodrini.
Based on these suspicions, the prosecution said that the Hidrodrini company’s water should not be used for drinking purposes in ten villages in Decan/Decani.
The first results of tests on the water have come back normal, however. The National Institute of Public Health, NIPH, is conducting further tests, the results of which will be known within 48 hours at the latest.
“So far, I assess that according to the first results, chemically there is no problem with the drinking water, the water is usable but we are waiting for more analysis,” the director of NIPH, Naser Ramadani, told Kosovo media on Monday.
The Hidrodrini company said in a statement on Tuesday that it stopped the water supply the moment that reports that people had fallen ill appeared.
Angeblich sollen es Coli Bakterien sein, was bei der illegalen Bauerei möglich wäre, aber nicht bei einer so grossen Anzahl