Albanian Presidential Economic Adviser Petrak Milo has been subjected to police brutality on the Montenegrin border, causing tensions.
After the footage of the incident, in which a police officer was seen using violence against an Albanian citizen during border control, was reflected in the media, the Democratic Union of Albanians invited Montenegrin Prime Minister Dritan Abazović to investigate the incident.
The AfD indicated that the incident surfaced before the joint cabinet meetings of the governments of Montenegro and Albania on February 27.
Milo, who is heard saying “I didn’t do anything” in the footage, is warned by police officers gathered around the car not to be photographed and bullied by a police officer who said he would “break his jaw”.
source: Balkan News
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