22nd September 2016 | David Icke

‘Kosovo has granted the rights to search for coal over one-third of its territory to a company linked to retired US General Wesley Clark, an investigation by Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project partner the Balkan Investigative Reporting Network has found.

The investigation found that Kosovo’s government granted the rights in August to Canadian firm Envidity Energy Inc., which is chaired by Clark, the commander of the 1999 NATO bombing campaign that helped lead to Kosovo’s “independence” from Serbia.

BIRN’s investigation found that Envidity had submitted its requests a month after Kosovo amended its mining law in April 2013 to allow the granting of coal research rights without public tender in some cases.’

Read more: He Didn’t Bomb For Nothing: Kosovo Granted Wesley Clark Coal Rights

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