Montenegro – 17 Black links – Former PM Joseph Muscat ‘ready to collaborate’ with the police

epa08125574 Malta's Outgoing Malta Prime Minister Joseph Muscat (C) leaves the Auberge De Castille to pave way for the newly elected Partit Laburista (Labour Party) leader and new Prime Minister Robert Abela (not in picture) in Valletta, Malta, 13 January 2020. EPA-EFE/DOMENIC AQUILINA

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Former Prime Minister Joseph Muscat, through Facebook, declared his full willingness to collaborate with the police and provide any information he is privy to, in relation to the latest revelations on the links between the Montenegro Wind Farm project and Yorgen Fenech’s 17 Black.

Muscat said that he already provided answers to the press on the revelations, which he described were new to him.

He ended his post declaring he has nothing to hide.

Earlier Malta’s Prime Minister Robert Abela has called for full justice on the allegations that Yorgen Fenech’s 17 Blackwas employed to sell Enemalta a stake in a Montenegrin wind energy project.

 

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