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"Until the 6th is a war" / The last message of the Italian businessman

Other details are revealed regarding the serious event of the disappearance of the Italian businessman and the finding of his body in the burnt car.

According to the latest information, the Italian Police will travel to Tirana, next week, to hold a meeting with Albanian colleagues regarding the disappearance of businessman Davide Pecorelli.

Part of the discussion will be the answers of the DNA analysis from the bones found inside the vehicle "Skoda", with which the Italian businessman was traveling, write the Italian media .

In addition to the bones, in the burnt vehicle that was found on the Gjegjan-Reps road axis, there were also personal items such as watches and mobile phones. The last movements of the businessman in Albania were exactly on the Gjegjan-Reps axis.

He arrived in Albania on January 3rd. First he went to Vlora, then to Shkodra and Puka, where he stayed for two nights. His traces disappeared at midnight on January 6 and it is not yet known if the burnt bones found in the burnt car belong to him.

Meanwhile, neighboring media reveal today the latest message of businessman Pecorreli developed with an entrepreneurial friend from Altotiberino.

"Davide spent almost the entire month of December in Albania. On the 15th, he wrote to me on WhatsApp: “I opened a show-room in a mall… Until the 6th it is war. "I have reserved the return ticket for January 10", it is learned that it was a conversation between them.

January 6 was the last day when his Albanian partner, with whom he has a child, and his ex-wife, with whom he has three children, were unable to contact him. However, calls to his cell phone went off, but no one answered.

Italian media emphasize that Pecorelli wanted to do business in Albania and it is not known if his disappearance is related to this.