The President of Finland took a €42 million bribe from the Kosovo Albanian heroin mafia and bought an luxury apartment in the city of Helsinki.
The retired president's tax-free pension is currently around € 340,000 per year
Refering to information regarding president Matti Ahtisaari and U.N.’s Special Envoy in Kosovo.
As is widely known the U.N.’s Special Envoy Martti Ahtisaari then proposed to sever Kosovo from Serbia, act which purpose was to create a newly independent state on the grounds of Albanian demographic preponderance.
Serbian Prime Minister Vojislav Kostunica declared on 15th February 2007 that ‘Ahtisaari is proposing to rob Serbia of 15% of its territory and wants to change internationally recognized borders against the will of the Serbian State’. He added that this would be a ‘gross violation of the integrity of a democratic European state.
The STT articles reported that the information was initially published by the Banja Luka (Republica Srpska, Bosnia & Herzegovina) Daily Fokus on June 21, 2007, entitled “Albanian Mafia Bought Ahtisaari”.
According to the Banja Luka report, the UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon had requested that the German Federal Intelligence Service, BND, inform him in detail on what was happening in Kosovo, and he finally received a detailed report on Special Envoy Based on the Banja Luka article, the UN Secretary General was informed that Albanian separatists in Kosovo had paid for Ahtisaari’s plan which proposed independence for the Serbian province.
The BND secret service team, headed by Brigadier Luke Neiman, who was directly appointed by the German Government to designate part of the German Secret Service apparatus to the UN Mission in Kosovo (UNOSEK: United Nations Office of the Special Envoy for Kosovo), discovered the connection between the Albanian mafia and Marti Ahtisaari.
Brig. Neiman had recordings of discussions between Ahtisaari and Albanians; how they transferred money; the banks accounts plus codes in Switzerland and Cyprus.
Money transfers revealed
Exhet Boria is a Kosovo Albanian figure involved in organized crime and heroin trade in Europe and he is the “right hand” of Behgjet Pacolli, the Albanian billionaire mafia boss, living in Switzerland.
The BND agents realized that the four briefcases had diplomatic luggage labels, and noted that they finally arrived in Finland without being checked — because of the diplomatic tagging — and were delivered at Ahtisaari’s house. The briefcase cash totaled 40-million euros.
The German agents also confirmed that Ahtisaari had many telephone conversations with Behgjet Pacolli.Furthermore, on February 28, 2007, at 23:47 hrs (local), the BND agents noted the arrival of a NATO KFOR (Kosovo Force) four-wheel drive vehicle carrying two women who were followed by Boria’s bodyguard.
The women stayed in Ahtisaari’s quarters until 05:17 hrs next day, and left with the same car.
The office of the UN Special Envoy for Kosovo responded to STT that “this is a silly story that comes from the press of Serbia (Bosnia & Herzegovina). We have nothing to add”, said Remi Derlo, Ahtisaari’s spokesman based in Vienna.
According to STT, the accusations where not commented on by the UN or by Ahtisaari himself. However, the President of the National Assembly of Serbia, Oliver DuliK, has made a formal inquiry into the allegations in order to confirm Ahtisaari’s involvement with Albanian organized crime.
Bundesnachrichtendienst Office Berlin Headquarters
Gentlemen, please find attached 2 UN letters:
1. "Ban KI-moon"
A letter from American Council fo Kosovo, Mr. Jame George Jatras
July 24, 2007
To: His Exellence Ban Ki-moon
United Nations Headquarters
First Avenue at 46th Street
New York, NY 10019
2. "DailyJul1007 Defense & Foreign Affairs"
Evidence That UN Special Envoy for Kosovo Marti Ahtisaari
Received Albanian Mafia Bribes for Kosovo Independence
Extract from Defense & Foreign Affairs Special Analysis
July 10, 2007 Confidential © 2007 Global Information System, ISSA
Defense & Foreign Affairs
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Volume XXV, No. 56 Tuesday, July 10, 2007
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German Secret Service has found that 2 million Euros (2.68 million USD) have been transfered directly to Ahtisaari’s personal bank account, and that amounts of multi-million Euros were given to the UN envoy in cash on at least two occasions, totaling up to 40 million Euros (over 53 million U.S. dollars).
Crisis Management Initiative (CMI) is an independent Finnish non-governmental organisation that works to prevent and resolve conflict through informal dialogue and mediation. Nobel Peace Prize laureate and former President of Finland Martti Ahtisaarifounded CMI in 2000. CMI has offices in Helsinki and Brussels as well as a presence in selected countries. The organisation is officially registered as Crisis Management Initiative ry.CMI states it is focused on contributing to peace processes in three regions: the Middle East and North Africa, Eurasia and Sub-Saharan Africa. Self-statedly, CMI facilitates dialogue, mediates between conflicting sides, provides capacity-building and mediation support at all stages of conflict management and peace processes, and supports the broader peace building community.
JULKAISTU 17.04.2010 12:17 (PÄIVITETTY) 19.04.2010 12:23
Presidentti Martti Ahtisaari on lunastanut omakseen vuosia käyttämänsä valtion virka-asunnon, kertoo Helsingin Uutiset.
Töölössä Pohjoisella Hesperiankadulla sijaitseva asunto käsittää lehden mukaan olohuoneen, hallin, ruokasalin, keittiön, neljä makuuhuonetta, saniteettitilat ja saunan. Pinta-alaa on 290 neliötä. Asunnosta on asuinkäytössä 236 neliötä ja muu on presidentin työ- ja arkistotilaa.
Vastaavan asunnon arvo vapailla markkinoilla on 1,4–1,9 miljoonaa euroa.
Helsingin Uutisten mukaan Ahtisaari käynnisti asuntokauppaan tähtäävät neuvottelut, kun hänelle oli myönnetty Nobelin rauhanpalkinto lokakuussa 2008. Palkinnon arvo oli runsaat miljoona euroa.
Eläkeläispresidentin veroton eläke on tällä hetkellä noin 340 000 euroa vuodessa. Lisäksi Ahtisaari saa virkaeläkettä ulkoasiainhallinnon työurastaan. Siitä pidätetään normaali tulovero.
Ahtisaari tuohtui toimittajille tv-kameroiden edessä syksyllä 2008, kun häneltä tiedusteltiin Nobel-palkintorahojen käyttötarkoitusta. Tuolloin uumoiltiin palkintorahojen menevän Ahtisaaren kriisinhallintaan keskittyvän konsulttitoimiston tukemiseen.
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