At 10.04.1994, 02:30 AM, 6-7 unidentified persons, wearing Greek military uniforms (motleys) and masks, entered Albanian soil via Greece, through the Bogaz pass, in the border post of Peshkëpia, a training center for recruits. They used shotguns to shoot and kill the outer guard of the post, named Arsen Llazar Gjini, 20 years old, originary from Seman, Fier. They also killed the first captain Fatmir Shehu, 34, opening fire on the recruits and wounding Eduard Vermishi, Frederik Kalemi, Janaq Xega and others. They retreated back to Greece via the Argyrochori military post. Responsible for the massacre were a Greek terrorist organization, called MAVI.
The Peshkëpia Massacre