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The head of the Institute for European Affairs is threatened with death, they call him a lobbyist for “Greater Albania” – Latest News

The head of the Institute for European Affairs is threatened with death, they call him a lobbyist for

The director of the Institute for European Affairs, Naim Leo Beshiri, has been threatened with death by a Facebook page that is supposed to belong to Serbian ultra-nationalists, being accused of lobbying the so-called “Greater Albania”.

The director of the Institute for European Affairs, Naim Leo Beshiri, has been threatened with death by a Facebook page that is supposed to belong to Serbian ultra-nationalists, being accused of the so-called “Greater Albania”.

A month after an attack on Beshir by members of the Serbian Radical Party, which Vojislav Seselj’s son called an “unplanned attack”, he was again targeted by local nationalists and militants of the ruling Serbian party. reports Nova.

In a harsh language post on this Facebook page, which is followed by more than thirty thousand people, Beshiri is accused of working against the state of Serbia.

Because of this, he received death threats in his messages. As the head of the Institute wrote on Twitter, he does not feel safe.

“The only thing that is true about this nonsense is that I am the director of the Institute for European Affairs. Some write lies with the intention of spreading hatred and nationalism, do not verify them. As a result, I receive messages with attached content [kërcënime dhe ofendime]. “And then, I can not feel safe”, wrote Beshiri.

The only thing that is true about this illusion is that I am the director of the Institute for European Affairs.

Some scoundrel writes lies with the intention of spreading hatred and nationalism, the masses do not check it, agree or like and share, then I receive messages with the attached content.

And then you feel safe. pic.twitter.com/kWZvAbHEVj

— Naim Leo BEŠIRI (@NaimLeoBesiri) May 30, 2021

Naim Leo Besiri is otherwise known as a constant critic of the Serbian government. He was previously labeled by members of the Serbian Progressive Party, as well as members of the Serbian Radical Party. /Express newspaper/

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