Eines der kriminellsten Länder der Welt: Albanien, aufgebaut von der EU, Berlin, NATO Banden und Steinmeier

Albania has been ranked as the 61st most criminal country in the world, ranking alongside Zimbabwe and Tajikistan, according to data published at the start of October.

The Global Organized Crime Index 2021, published by the Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime, examines 193 countries, the state of organized crime, and the national response.

Albania scored 5.63 points out of a possible 10, with zero being optimum. The worst country in terms of criminality was the Democratic Republic of the Congo with 7.75, followed by Columbia, Myanmar and Mexico. Neighbouring Bulgaria, North Macedonia, Croatia, Greece, and Romania did better, while Serbia fared much worse.

The country was also ranked on the prevalence of its criminal market, where it came in at number 65, scoring 5.25. This was due to a high level of cannabis, cocaine and even heroin trading and trafficking.

An accompanying country report said that Albania is a source and transit country for human trafficking and irregular migrants, and Albanian criminals are responsible for a large number of trafficking victims in Western Europe. It continued that Albanian criminals are involved in both international and domestic human smuggling operations.

In terms of weapons, trading is relatively low in Albania but many weapons left over from civil unrest in 1997 are available on the market. Arms trafficking routes from Albania to EU countries are either inland, moving north through the Balkans or Greece, or seaborne to Western Europe.

Albania is also “home to a small but significant market for illegal oil extraction, which is facilitated by corrupt practices on the part of state officials.” The report said that while the market does not involve major organized crime groups, there are reported links between the latter and state officials.

The country continues to be a hotspot for drugs including heroin, cocaine and cannabis. Heroin is trafficked through the country to Europe from Iran, Turkey, Afghanistan and Pakistan. Local heroin processing labs have also been found. Cocaine trafficking is conducted in collaboration with Latin American cartels and the Mafia.

“Albanian criminal groups, however, are not just engaged in trafficking cocaine to Europe, but are also involved in its storage and distribution, and have increasingly consolidated their influence over wholesalers and retail markets across the continent.”

It scored even worse for criminal actors, with 6 points, alongside Haiti and Azerbaijan. Concerning criminal factions included mafia-style groups, criminal networks, and state-embedded actors.

Albania has been ranked as the 61st most criminal country in the world, ranking alongside Zimbabwe and Tajikistan, according to data published at the start of October.

The Global Organized Crime Index 2021, published by the Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime, examines 193 countries, the state of organized crime, and the national response.

Albania scored 5.63 points out of a possible 10, with zero being optimum. The worst country in terms of criminality was the Democratic Republic of the Congo with 7.75, followed by Columbia, Myanmar and Mexico. Neighbouring Bulgaria, North Macedonia, Croatia, Greece, and Romania did better, while Serbia fared much worse.

The country was also ranked on the prevalence of its criminal market, where it came in at number 65, scoring 5.25. This was due to a high level of cannabis, cocaine and even heroin trading and trafficking.

An accompanying country report said that Albania is a source and transit country for human trafficking and irregular migrants, and Albanian criminals are responsible for a large number of trafficking victims in Western Europe. It continued that Albanian criminals are involved in both international and domestic human smuggling operations.

In terms of weapons, trading is relatively low in Albania but many weapons left over from civil unrest in 1997 are available on the market. Arms trafficking routes from Albania to EU countries are either inland, moving north through the Balkans or Greece, or seaborne to Western Europe.

Albania is also “home to a small but significant market for illegal oil extraction, which is facilitated by corrupt practices on the part of state officials.” The report said that while the market does not involve major organized crime groups, there are reported links between the latter and state officials.

The country continues to be a hotspot for drugs including heroin, cocaine and cannabis. Heroin is trafficked through the country to Europe from Iran, Turkey, Afghanistan and Pakistan. Local heroin processing labs have also been found. Cocaine trafficking is conducted in collaboration with Latin American cartels and the Mafia.

“Albanian criminal groups, however, are not just engaged in trafficking cocaine to Europe, but are also involved in its storage and distribution, and have increasingly consolidated their influence over wholesalers and retail markets across the continent.”

It scored even worse for criminal actors, with 6 points, alongside Haiti and Azerbaijan. Concerning criminal factions included mafia-style groups, criminal networks, and state-embedded actors.

Democratic Values Compromised in Albania Leading to Increase in Crime

Albania has been ranked as the 61st most criminal country in the world, ranking alongside Zimbabwe and Tajikistan, according to data published at the start of October. The Global Organized Crime Index 2021, published by the Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime, examines 193 countries, the state of organized crime, and the.

Albania has been ranked as the 61st most criminal country in the world, ranking alongside Zimbabwe and Tajikistan, according to data published at the start of October.

Albania has been ranked as the 61st most criminal country in the world, ranking alongside Zimbabwe and Tajikistan, according to data published at the start of October.

The Global Organized Crime Index 2021, published by the Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime, examines 193 countries, the state of organized crime, and the national response.

Albania scored 5.63 points out of a possible 10, with zero being optimum. The worst country in terms of criminality was the Democratic Republic of the Congo with 7.75, followed by Columbia, Myanmar and Mexico. Neighbouring Bulgaria, North Macedonia, Croatia, Greece, and Romania did better, while Serbia fared much worse.

The country was also ranked on the prevalence of its criminal market, where it came in at number 65, scoring 5.25. This was due to a high level of cannabis, cocaine and even heroin trading and trafficking.

An accompanying country report said that Albania is a source and transit country for human trafficking and irregular migrants, and Albanian criminals are responsible for a large number of trafficking victims in Western Europe. It continued that Albanian criminals are involved in both international and domestic human smuggling operations.

Albania has been ranked as the 61st most criminal country in the world, ranking alongside Zimbabwe and Tajikistan, according to data published at the start of October.

The Global Organized Crime Index 2021, published by the Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime, examines 193 countries, the state of organized crime, and the national response.

Albania scored 5.63 points out of a possible 10, with zero being optimum. The worst country in terms of criminality was the Democratic Republic of the Congo with 7.75, followed by Columbia, Myanmar and Mexico. Neighbouring Bulgaria, North Macedonia, Croatia, Greece, and Romania did better, while Serbia fared much worse.

The country was also ranked on the prevalence of its criminal market, where it came in at number 65, scoring 5.25. This was due to a high level of cannabis, cocaine and even heroin trading and trafficking.

An accompanying country report said that Albania is a source and transit country for human trafficking and irregular migrants, and Albanian criminals are responsible for a large number of trafficking victims in Western Europe. It continued that Albanian criminals are involved in both international and domestic human smuggling operations.

In terms of weapons, trading is relatively low in Albania but many weapons left over from civil unrest in 1997 are available on the market. Arms trafficking routes from Albania to EU countries are either inland, moving north through the Balkans or Greece, or seaborne to Western Europe.

Albania is also “home to a small but significant market for illegal oil extraction, which is facilitated by corrupt practices on the part of state officials.” The report said that while the market does not involve major organized crime groups, there are reported links between the latter and state officials.

The country continues to be a hotspot for drugs including heroin, cocaine and cannabis. Heroin is trafficked through the country to Europe from Iran, Turkey, Afghanistan and Pakistan. Local heroin processing labs have also been found. Cocaine trafficking is conducted in collaboration with Latin American cartels and the Mafia.

“Albanian criminal groups, however, are not just engaged in trafficking cocaine to Europe, but are also involved in its storage and distribution, and have increasingly consolidated their influence over wholesalers and retail markets across the continent.”

It scored even worse for criminal actors, with 6 points, alongside Haiti and Azerbaijan. Concerning criminal factions included mafia-style groups, criminal networks, and state-embedded actors.

In terms of weapons, trading is relatively low in Albania but many weapons left over from civil unrest in 1997 are available on the market. Arms trafficking routes from Albania to EU countries are either inland, moving north through the Balkans or Greece, or seaborne to Western Europe.

Albania is also “home to a small but significant market for illegal oil extraction, which is facilitated by corrupt practices on the part of state officials.” The report said that while the market does not involve major organized crime groups, there are reported links between the latter and state officials.

The country continues to be a hotspot for drugs including heroin, cocaine and cannabis. Heroin is trafficked through the country to Europe from Iran, Turkey, Afghanistan and Pakistan. Local heroin processing labs have also been found. Cocaine trafficking is conducted in collaboration with Latin American cartels and the Mafia.

“Albanian criminal groups, however, are not just engaged in trafficking cocaine to Europe, but are also involved in its storage and distribution, and have increasingly consolidated their influence over wholesalers and retail markets across the continent.”

It scored even worse for criminal actors, with 6 points, alongside Haiti and Azerbaijan. Concerning criminal factions included mafia-style groups, criminal networks, and state-embedded actors.

The Global Organized Crime Index 2021, published by the Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime, examines 193 countries, the state of organized crime, and the national response.

Albania scored 5.63 points out of a possible 10, with zero being optimum. The worst country in terms of criminality was the Democratic Republic of the Congo with 7.75, followed by Columbia, Myanmar and Mexico. Neighbouring Bulgaria, North Macedonia, Croatia, Greece, and Romania did better, while Serbia fared much worse.

The country was also ranked on the prevalence of its criminal market, where it came in at number 65, scoring 5.25. This was due to a high level of cannabis, cocaine and even heroin trading and trafficking.

An accompanying country report said that Albania is a source and transit country for human trafficking and irregular migrants, and Albanian criminals are responsible for a large number of trafficking victims in Western Europe. It continued that Albanian criminals are involved in both international and domestic human smuggling operations.

In terms of weapons, trading is relatively low in Albania but many weapons left over from civil unrest in 1997 are available on the market. Arms trafficking routes from Albania to EU countries are either inland, moving north through the Balkans or Greece, or seaborne to Western Europe.

Albania is also “home to a small but significant market for illegal oil extraction, which is facilitated by corrupt practices on the part of state officials.” The report said that while the market does not involve major organized crime groups, there are reported links between the latter and state officials.

The country continues to be a hotspot for drugs including heroin, cocaine and cannabis. Heroin is trafficked through the country to Europe from Iran, Turkey, Afghanistan and Pakistan. Local heroin processing labs have also been found. Cocaine trafficking is conducted in collaboration with Latin American cartels and the Mafia.

“Albanian criminal groups, however, are not just engaged in trafficking cocaine to Europe, but are also involved in its storage and distribution, and have increasingly consolidated their influence over wholesalers and retail markets across the continent.”

It scored even worse for criminal actors, with 6 points, alongside Haiti and Azerbaijan. Concerning criminal factions included mafia-style groups, criminal networks, and state-embedded actors.