Die Kosovo Mafia in Durres, im Internationalen Pharma, Abfall Betrugs Geschäft: Ilir Dedja

Die US, NATO, Deutschen Aktivitäten, als man Kriminelle finanzierte, für die Jugoslawien Zerschlagung, wird 20 Jahre, einzige Deutsche und US Politik sein, mit allen Folgen für die Staaten.

Steinmeier Verbrecher Clan: Das kriminelle System des Ilir Meta: Erneut Verkauf der Staatsbürgerschaft an 382 vorbestrafte Kriminelle

Die Demokratie, das Völkerrecht kam in die Müll Tonne, man zerstörte mit den dümmsten Kriminellen komplette Staaten, oft für Privatisierung und dubiose Handelsabkommen.

Albanian businessman Ilir Dedja involved in a corrupt affair in Zimbabwe, internationally wanted

By Oculus News

Albanian businessman Ilir Dedja involved in a corrupt affair in Zimbabwe, internationally wanted
  Ilir Dedja (second from the left) and Gerti Bogdani (first from the right)

 An Albanian businessman has been involved in an affair relating to corrupt tenders in Zimbabwe, where the Minister of Health in this country, Obadiah Moyo, has been arrested. In a photo published by ZimLive media, it also appears the former Democratic Party deputy, Gert Bogdani, a friend of the businessman named Ilir Deja, whose role is unknown.


The Minister of Health, Obadiah Moyo, has been arrested on Friday, June 19, is accused of having committed the criminal offense of corruption in the field of tenders, while the Albanian businessman Ilir Dedja is internationally wanted. Meanwhile, after appearing in court, Moyo was released on $ 50,000 bail.

Moyo is accused of awarding a $ 60 million tender to Ilir Dedja’s Drax International company for the supply of personal protective equipment and equipment during the coronavirus pandemic. In fact, according to the „ZimLive“ media, Ilir Dedja’s company did not deal with pharmaceutical products but was a consulting firm.

Ilir Dedja is an Albanian, but lives in Italy. In court, he was described as a „collaborator“ of Nguwaya.

Also the representative of the company Drax International is in prison, in Zimbabwe Delish Nguwaya.

Cameo Role for Tiny Albanian Pharma Firm in Zimbabwe Graft Scandal

General Director of AKUM Alqi Bllako (Centre). Photo: AKUM Aleksandra BogdaniTiranaBIRNOctober 8, 202007:42Why would a Zimbabwean health minister vouch for a tiny Albanian pharmaceutical firm when trying to stock up on medical equipment?

A tiny Albanian pharmaceutical company owned by the brother of a senior state official has become embroiled in a political storm in Zimbabwe over alleged corruption in health sector procurement.

According to an indictment against him, Zimbabwe’s former health minister, Obadiah Moyo, is accused of illegally awarded a multimillion-dollar deal to Drax Consult Sagl and Drax International – both owned by Ilir Dedja, an Albanian resident in Switzerland – for medical equipment in the fight against the novel coronavirus.

But Moyo’s alleged meddling began before, the indictment says, when he is accused of trying to intervene in an earlier tender in favour of Papi-Pharma, a tiny company on the Albanian pharmaceutical market with just two employees and a turnover in 2018 of $7,000.

According to the Albanian Business Registry, Papi-Pharma is owned by 27-year-old Taned Bllako, who had no prior record of activity in the pharmaceutical industry before buying the company in 2019. Bllako is also involved in his family business of producing beer and is the younger brother of Alqi Bllako, general director of Albania’s National Agency of Water and Waste Infrastructure, AKUM.

Founded in June 2018, Papi-Pharma was bought by Bllako on March 28, 2019, shortly before the company submitted a bid for a $15 million contract to supply Zimbabwe with medicines and medical equipment.

The bid was rejected in mid-2019 on the basis of a due diligence study into Papi-Pharma.

Bllako said his bid for work in Zimbabwe was standard business practice and denied having anything to with Moyo’s indictment.

“As long as I do not have any contract with Zimbabwe there is no way that charges against him can be related to my company or myself as an individual,” Bllako told BIRN when contacted via WhatsApp.

‘Tall story’

According to the findings of Zimbabwe’s Anti-Corruption Commission, Papi-Pharma’s offer was submitted to Moyo by Delish Nguwaya, a Zimbabwean businessman who according to media reports in Zimbabwe has links with President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s son, Collins. Collins Mnangagwa has denied having any business relationship with Nguwaya.

Papi-Pharma was also registered in July 2019 in Zimbabwe’s procurement registry, with the office of Nguwaya’s lawyer listed under its contact details.

Nguwaya was placed under investigation in June 2020 due to his work as representative of a small group of companies owned by Albanian citizens and which competed for a string of multimillion dollar contracts. They include Drax Consult Sagl and Drax International, which went on to win COVID-19 medical equipment contracts despite having no prior record in the pharmaceutical industry.

Nguwaya currently faces fraud charges in the Drax case.

According to the charges against Moyo, Papi-Pharma was selected for a direct purchase by Natpharm – the state-owned pharmaceutical company of Zimbabwe – after Moyo’s direct intervention in May 2019.

Papi-Pharma’s selection, however, was criticised by James Manzou, Zimbabwe’s secretary for foreign affairs and international trade and who was involved in the due diligence study.

Manzou, the indictment said, named the director of Papi-Pharma as Klodian Allajbeu and described him as having ties to a global movement headed by exiled Turkish cleric Fethullah Gulen and designated a terrorist organisation by Ankara.

Allajbeu, however, is not listed as Papi-Pharma’s director, according to the Albanian business registry, but did previously partner with Taned Bllako at a company called Alned 91, based in a beer factory in Erseka, southeast Albania.

Allajbeu is also director of the American Hospital in Tirana, Albania’s largest private healthcare provider. He said his name had been misused and that he had no connection to Papi-Pharma’s bid in Zimbabwe or with Bllako.

“I don’t know why my name has been used in this story,” Allajbeu told BIRN, saying he previously had dealings with Alqi Bllako, Taned’s older brother. “I have zero business with these people now,” he said.

“If I had been involved, I assure you it would not have been such a tall story.”

Alqi Bllako, 33, also denied having anything to do with his brother’s businesses.

Between 2013 and 2017, Alqi Bllako worked as general secretary at Albania’s environment ministry. The ministry at the time was led by Lefter Koka, who signed three concessionary contracts for waste treatment plants with companies all linked to a man called Mirel Mertiri.

Mertiri also has a record of seeking work in Zimbabwe.

In 2017, Alqi moved to the post of general secretary in the office of the Albanian president, Ilir Meta, and in 2019 was appointed by the government of Prime Minister Edi Rama as director of AKUM, which coordinates and monitors water supply, sewage systems and the management of urban waste.

Alqi said his brother, Taned, had “never been in Zimbabwe or Africa” and cannot possibly have influenced anyone over a contract “that doesn’t exist.”

He described Allajbeu as an old friend but who had only had dealings with his brother, Taned, at Alned 91.

Taned Bllako also denied that his older brother, Alqi, had any connection to his own business activities.

“I don’t know and I cannot understand what role my brother can play in a business that was built by our father when he [Alqi] was four years old,” Taned Bllako told BIRN, referring to Alned 91. “We collaborated with Mr. Allajbeu on the construction of a beer factory as a continuation of the abovementioned family business.” https://balkaninsight.com/2020/10/08/cameo-role-for-tiny-albanian-pharma-firm-in-zimbabwe-graft-scandal/

Jürgen Pilkapi tritt zurück! 7 Grundstücks Direktoren in Vlore in 9 Monaten

Einmalig die korrupte Unfähigkeit, nur noch von Berlin, übertroffen. Die KfW Kriminellen in der Welt, die ehemalige Deutsche Botschafterin sind schon einmalig, wenn man in Vlore Verträge unterzeichnet, für die Finanzierung von Berufs Kriminellen, die mit 3 verschiedenen Namen, Müll Deponien in verschiedenen Städten in Albanien bauen. Die Betrugs Orgien der Deutschen mit der Firma Becker, bei Bushati/Skhoder, war der Übungs Betrug der Deutschen, dem sogenannten Entwicklungs Ministerium. Die Skandale sind lange bekannt.

New Vlora Cadastre head Jurgen Pilkapi resigns; The seventh to leave office in just 9 months


Grosse Mafia (siehe wikileaks) , was schon unter Minister Lefter Koka, aufgebaut wurde, mit Hilfe korrupter Deutscher Minister, immer Partner des Organisierten Verbrechens, wie

With a young age, around 27, Alqi Bllako was appointed Secretary General of the Ministry of Environment when this institution was headed by Lefter Koka. The name of Bllaca is found in the procedures and payments made for the incinerators. Bllaca errrichtete ein Erpressungs Kartell dre übelsten Art in Durres, für Lefter Koka.

Gangster und der Lesben Club der SPD HIrnlosen:
Lefter Koka, Lesbe Hirnlos: SPD: Barbara Hendricks

Kush është Ilir Dedja (Klodian-Mirel Mërtiri)

Ilir Dedja, ose Klodian (Mirel) Mërtiri është një emër që gjendet në historinë e re të inceneratorëve të mbetjeve urbane në Shqipëri. Ai rezulton me lidhje në të tre inceneratorët, biznese që njihen formalisht me emrin e Klodian Zotos.

3 verschiedene Namen, KfW Verträge, 3 Verträge mit Müll Deponien, immer unter einem anderen Namen: und mit der Albanischen Regierung, wobei die Betrugs Skandale auch mit der Elbasan, Fiere Müll Deponien schon länger bekannt sind. Elbasan and Fieri incinerators are owned respectively by Albtek Energy companies owned by Stela Gugallja and Integrated Technology Waste Treatment Fier, where 70% of the shares are owned by Klodian Zoto

Brauchte jemand solche Leute, die mit Profi Kriminellen Projekt zum Gelddiebstahl planen, jede Art von gefälschten Dokument besorgen!


Projektplanungsworkshop für Institutionelle Consultingleistungen für das Integrierte Abfallwirtschaftsprogramm Vlora, Albanien

Seit Juni 2018 ist IU von der Nationalen Agentur für Wasserversorgung, Abwasser- und Abfallinfrastruktur (NAWW) des Ministeriums für Infrastruktur und Energie beauftragt, im Rahmen des KfW-finanzierten Abfallwirtschaftsprogramms Vlora / Albanien institutionelle Beratungsleistungen zu erbringen. Nach einer Anfangs- und Orientierungsphase geht das Projekt in die Implementierungsphase ein, beginnend mit einem Projektplanungsworkshop.

Der Projektplanungsworkshop wurde am 12. September 2018 unter Beteiligung des Bürgermeisters der Stadt Vlora, des stellvertretenden Bürgermeisters der Gemeinde Selenica, der Mitglieder der Kompetenzteams der Gemeinden Vlora und Selenica sowie der Vertreter von KfW, NAWW, Durchführungsconsultant und UNDP durchgeführt.


Der detaillierte Arbeits- und Einsatzplan, der die acht Hauptaufgaben, die damit zusammenhängenden Unteraktivitäten und Meilensteine sowie den vorgesehenen Umfang und Zeitplan für die Experteneinsätze ausarbeitet, wurde den Teilnehmern vorgestellt und mit ihnen erörtert.

Während der Veranstaltung informierte der Bürgermeister der Stadt Vlora, Dritan Leli, zusammen mit dem Projektdirektor, Gernod Dilewski, die Medien über die Ziele und Aktivitäten des Projekts:


damit Müll Halden Leute

des Betruges einen Job haben, wird wieder mal ein Workshop gemacht, dessen Zweck sich Niemandem erfüllt, aber der Geldwäsche dient

Vlora Landfill Tender Goes to Shell Company that Risks Monopolizing the Country’s Waste Management Sector

Man ist stolz, wenn man mit Kriminellen Verträge unterschreibt, die mit 3 Namen operieren, also Vorsatz, denn damals schon bekannt, das die Minister, vollkommen kriminell sind, jedes Gesetz ignorieren.

Arben Ahmeti – Susanne Schütz – Sokol Dervishi, Verbrecher Club des Betruges in Albanien-
Vlore Betrugs Geschäfte, wobei auch diese Mafia Minister schon gefeuert wurden

The Vlora landfill will be constructed, via a loan from German bank KfW, by the Albanian company Integrated Technology Services. According to a Germany Trade & Invest announcement, the call for bids closed on August 8, 2019 and the winner was announced on June 12. A consortium made up of Integrated Technology Services and JV…

By Exit News 7 hrs ago

Një personazh enigmatik dhe i padëgjuar ndonjëherë, arriti të merrte plot 178 milionë euro konçesione brenda 2 viteve, me kompani të sapo krijuara dhe me kapitale qesharake.

Rama approves the construction of the landfill in Vlora /The winner of tender is Klodian Zoto of the incinerators



  • It can now be considered already waste treatment network (incinerator-landfill), as long there is only one name behind it. The anti-corruption department in the Democratic Party, through a Facebook post, writes that, “the landfill of Vlora, approved by the Prime Minister, has gone to Klodian Zoto”.

“When it comes to solid waste, or not, landfill, incinerator, built-in or in paper, Klodian Zoto should automatically come to mind”- the post reads. According to the document, the concession it is about managing and depositing solid waste.

In fact Zoto is not an unknown name in the multi-million-dollar activity of cleaning or burning rubbish in the country, as built-in incinerators, and thoshe under construction bear his administrative responsibility.

Listing the burners in Elbasan, the landfill in Fier and that in Tirana, as well as the activities outside Albania up to Zimbabwe, the reaction states that the Prime Minister Edi Rama has approved the construction of the landfill of Vlora.

“Even the landfill of Vlora goes to Zoto… When it comes to solid waste, or not, landfill, incinerator, built or on paper, Klodian Zoto should automatically come to mind. Involved and beneficiary in the Elbasan incenerator, given to the ghost company created specifically to enter into contract; involved and beneficiary in the landfill of Fier, without competition and illegal quota transactions, landfill whose only name is known, because for waste treatment has not yet congratulated “Good job!”.

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Meanwhile it is found with the box full of 24 billion lek. Surely involved and beneficiary in the landfill of Tirana, always without competition and with schemes of offshore companies.

Not to mention the activity outside the territory of the Republic of Albania, up to Zimbabwe, which shocked the country in question for the high level involved in identical corrupt affairs”- reports the anti-corruption department in the Democratic Party./ CNA.al

The official link of the article is this:

Rama miraton ndërtimin e landfillit të Vlorës/ E merr Klodian Zoto i inceneratorëve


Waste incinerators increase costs and burn EU principles

A network of small companies in partnership with each other and companies with unknown owners in the fiscal paradise are winners of three incinerator concessions in Albania – projects that are expected to multiply the costs of waste treatment at the expense of Albanian taxpayers.

Returned from emigration several years ago, Leonard Janji from the village of Verri Fier has expanded his farm and produces today over 100 tons of tomatoes and melons for the domestic market. But the 38-year-old says his investment in agriculture is being jeopardized by the Fier incinerator project, which is being built almost a kilometer away from the newly-built land.