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Kosovo Police investigating the murder of the Director of the Privatization Agency Dino Asanaj. They suspect a murder, but say he might have committed suicide. Kosovo received list of conditions it has to fulfill to gain visa-liberalization with the Schengen states.
Police investigates the murder or suicide of Dino Asanaj. At the office of the deceased, police found a letter, which draws to the conclusion that he committed a suicide. “Remzi Ejupi, Zeri newspaper and Abdurrahman Konjufca destroyed my life and family. I took the law in my hands by acting so,” says the letter signed by Asanaj himself, the sources of the paper claim. But all that doesn’t exclude the possibility of setting up a scene or murder…
Finally the European Union confirms a list of conditions Kosovo has to met for the visa liberalization. The roadmap has twice more conditions than other countries in the region received for such an enterprise. But Brussels insists that the methodology of homework for Kosovo, is the same as for the other Balkans states…
Dino Asanaj was slaughtered with a knife, at his office in the middle of the day on Thursday. Kosovo’s Privatization Agency Director was sent alive to the Clinical Center, but he couldn’t survive the injuries. Police didn’t arrest yet anyone, and has no suspects for the case. EU’s rule of law mission has been involved in the involved in the investigation…
Balkan Insight has not verified the facts in the original press reports and cannot vouch for their accuracy.
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