One of the most serious crimes that has accompanied us all these years in the news chronicles has been the abduction and disappearance of the Albanian-Macedonian businessman, Remzi Hoxha.
Last year, when 25 years passed from this moment, the family stopped the research that had continued for a quarter of a century.
Hoxha’s son, Ardiani, who for years, had made requests to the institutions to clarify this event, surrendered! His efforts for the state to take this issue seriously seem to no longer make sense.
Hoxha had asked through official letters, but also personally, recently to the Prime Minister Edi Rama to enable the reopening of this issue, as he had promised, to learn more about the abduction and disappearance of his father, but nothing was done. done.
The punishment of those who ordered the murder of his father, Ardian left in the hands of God!
Sali Berisha was one of the main defendants in the Hoxha family. According to them, the abduction and disappearance of Remzi Hoxha was in the hands of the former president of that time, Sali Berisha. And according to the Hoxha family, during all these years he has prevented the clarification of this issue.
One week ago, the former president and former prime minister was declared “non grata” by the US State Department “for corrupt acts that violate democracy in Albania.”
–Ardian, you have accused Sali Berisha of kidnapping and disappearing your father, but how did you feel when you were informed that he (Sali Berisha) was declared “non grata” by the US?
When I was informed that Sali Berisha was declared a “non grata” person in the US, I normally felt good because it was a reconfirmation of what we have said and known for a long time, that Sali Berisha is a wicked man, a man who has committed many crimes, a criminal.
So the time has come for all the atrocities he has committed in these 30 years to come to light. Maybe now is just the beginning of their coming to light. Let’s hope once again…
He is now in his old age, which normally should mean that he no longer has a direct influence on political decisions, but I think that, as long as he is alive, he will be an obstacle to all developments in Albania. Consequently also for the elucidation of the various crimes he committed and have committed in his time.
I hope that the proclamation “non grata” is just the beginning of the decline of glory that he had so much sought and dreamed of, even stepping on corpses.
–Do you consider this decision of the State Department delayed?
I find it a little late to tell the truth, but again, as they say to that popular proverb, “better late than never.” I think that with this decision the ice of Sali Berisha has been broken and now I think that all the crimes he has committed should come out, not only the kidnapping and murder of my father.
I would like him to experience all these humiliations as long as he is alive, and not to go to the other world without feeling all these humiliations he deserves, one by one.
–What do you think about Berisha’s reaction, the fact that he will sue the US Secretary of State, Antony Blinken, for defamation?
Propaganda and draw attention in the other direction. He finds it very difficult to change the course and this lawsuit is very ridiculous. Equally funny and the next madness is that he says that he was declared “non grata” because of Kosovo.
–Do you think he will be punished?
It should, definitely. He has been here and we have seen his crimes clearly, but he has also been good at covering them up, yet a day comes when not everything is hidden. One day the paint will come out.
For as many years of life as Sali Berisha has left and as long as he is alive, I think he will have the worst old age anyone has ever had. He will feel humiliated, he will feel bad for himself, but also for his descendants, who have not left a place in Albania./ Gazeta “Dita”