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Edith Harxhi: I was removed from the Embassy in Ankara, they thought I was an MI6 agent
She was invited to the show "Free Zone"
Democratic Party candidate Edith Harxhi said that when she worked at the Ankara Embassy, she was fired only because she was thought to be an MI6 intelligence agent.
According to Harxhi while she was a guest in the Free Zone, this attitude came after she had completed her studies in the UK and had a computer that was connected to the internet, something that was somewhat unusual in the '97.
Arian Çani: Do you meet Yuri Kim?
Edith Harxhi: Yes, I meet him very often.
Arian Çani: She had 3 meetings, she did with Agron, Bardhi and you. Did he do it with you?
Edith Harxhi: Has anything been made public?
Arian Çani: How is it possible that it was not done?
Edith Harxhi: Yes, because I do not make public meetings. I am a career diplomat, I know when meetings should be made public and when they should not. I meet with ambassadors every day, I receive messages from ambassadors every day, I meet with ambassadors every day, not only with Yuri Kim, but also with other very important people. I talk to foreign chancelleries every day.
Arian Çani: I asked Bardh Kadilli if he is a CIA agent, he worked with USAID, he told me and if I were I would not say it.
Edith Harxhi: I was called once in '97 when I was removed from the Albanian Embassy in Ankara without any justification, I was called an agent of the British Intelligence Service, MI6. Then I said to myself that oh how good it would be if I had been, but the only reason why they had given me this nickname, was because I had a computer in '97 and I had opened the internet for the first time and the internet looked weird.
I was in Ankara, but the reason I was linked to the Intelligence Service was because I had just returned from studying in the UK.