Skopje. Unknown armed attackers shot on Saturday morning at Agim Krasniqi while he was going out of his motor vehicle in front of his house in Macedonian village Kondovo, FOCUS News Agency’s correspondent in Skopje reported.
The Macedonian Ministry of Interior confirmed the information. The incident occurred around 2.00 am on early Saturday. The bullets damaged the vehicle.
The name of Agim Krasniqi is related to the crisis in the Kondovo Village in the fall of 2004 that accompanied the governmental vote of the time. Albanian rebels of Agim Krasniqi controlled the region of the village for a few months. It turned out most of the armed Albanians were Kondovo residents led by former commander of the National Liberation Army Agim Krasniqi.
In February 2007 Agim Krasniqi and his group were pleaded not guilty on charges of acts of terror.