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Dajti Park has no security guards even though the ministry pays the private company every month
Dajti National Park is considered one of the most attractive tourist destinations of the capital, which is visited every day by local and foreign tourists. Announced by government decision in 2006 as a protected area, this park is currently managed by the National Agency of Protected Areas.
Meanwhile, the Ministry of Tourism and Environment pays a private insurance company every month for the preservation of the facilities in the area. This payment is made to the company for 8 hours of storage, at night, while the 8 hours from morning to lunch are stored by the institution itself.
In theory, the park is guarded by guards for 16 hours, while the other 8 hours remain guarded by God. So the masters of the National Agency of Protected Areas have made a ridiculous tender, according to which the territory of the Dajti National Park must be preserved, but at certain times, excluding the third shift.
After the 'Piranjas' monitored the checkpoint for three nights and at the visitor center, they found that no one cared about the security of these buildings. For this service, the Regional Agency of Protected Areas has concluded a 12-month contract with the security company, for a security guard during the third shift. To get an official answer on the total lack of guards in a protected area, 'Piranjat' turned to the Regional Agency of Protected Areas in Tirana.
According to the head of this institution, the situation is beyond his knowledge, passing the responsibility to AKZM. On the other hand, the head of the National Agency of Protected Areas insists that such a problem does not exist. The fact is that the 'rangers', who were supposed to monitor one of the most important protected areas of the capital, are missing.
And when this happens two steps from Tirana, imagine what they can expect in the protected areas around Albania.
Taken from Syri.tv