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Shkodra Mayor: The event in Velipoja would have been avoided if the government had allocated beach spaces – Latest News

Shkodra Mayor: The event in Velipoja would have been avoided if the government had allocated beach spaces

The mayor of Shkodra, Voltana Ademi, has reacted after the serious event that happened during the night in Velipoja where four people were killed and two others were injured.

Ademi says that the very serious event of last night at midnight in Velipoja, should be a strong alarm for the state structures, writes Oranews.

“The very serious event of last midnight in Velipoja, should be a strong alarm for the state structures. The loss of 4 human lives could and would have been avoided if the Ministry of Tourism, the National Coast Agency that administers the beach area in Velipoja, would have acted according to the deadlines and legal provisions for beach stations.

According to her, the loss of four lives could and would have been avoided if the Ministry of Tourism, the National Coast Agency that administers the beach area in Velipoja would have determined the legal spaces for beach stations.

“The armed conflict between Velipoja, a tourist area and in the middle of the season, could and should have been prevented, if the police and other law enforcement agencies were present in the territory, in accordance with the Normative Acts for the police hour for the pandemic “if they had acted ahead they have just been notified in recent days of a possible conflict.”

“Today is a day of pain and anxiety, not only for the families involved in the tragic event, but for all Shkodra residents and Albanians, inside and outside the country. I strongly demand, even on behalf of the people of Shkodra, that the state structures function, performing their duties in implementation of the Constitution and laws, in protection of life, security and property. In Velipoja, such events are very serious, conflicts caused by delayed or absent behavior and decision-making of the state “, said Ademi.

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