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Kosovo's head of intelligence service leaves office over secret extradition of Turkish nationals

11 April 2018


Tags : news - kosovo,turkey


Pristina, dtt-net.com – The head of Kosovo’s Intelligence Service (AKI), Driton Gashi decided to leave his post after dismissal decided by the Prime Minister Ramush Haradinaj over unlawful arrest and extradition to Turkey of six Turkish nationals of Fetullah Gulen movement whom Ankara authorities blame for coup attempt in 2016.


 


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