Prime Minister of Albania Rama called ridiculous the words about the espionage of Russians at the plant Prime Minister of Albania Edi Rama reacted for the first time to the incident with the detention of two Russians and one Ukrainian at the arms factory in the Albanian city of Gramsci.
This was reported by the Albanian Daily News.
“These are not even factories that produce weapons. They are classified as objects of special importance. Their lights have been turned off — they have reached the point where they cannot afford to pay their electricity bills,” Rama said.
According to the prime minister, they have several guards to protect them from encroachments. “To say that espionage was carried out by fabricating remnants of communism is very ridiculous,” he said.
On Sunday, August 21, the Ministry of Defense of Albania announced the detention in the central part of the country of two Russians and a Ukrainian who allegedly tried to enter a military plant. The company, located in Gramsci, produces defense products. Later, the Albanian authorities named the detained Russians — Svetlana Timofeeva and Mikhail Zorin.