SHIK

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State Intelligence Service
Shërbimi Informativ Kombëtar
Agency overview
FormedFebruary 07, 1991
Preceding agency
Dissolved31 March 1997
Superseding agency
JurisdictionAlbania
HeadquartersTirana, Albania

The National Informative Service (Albanian: Shërbimi Informativ Kombëtar) was an intelligence service agency created in 1991 by the Albanian People's Assembly. Commonly known as SHIK, it was the successor to Sigurimi, the notorious secret service agency which repressed anti-communist dissent during the communist government of 1944-1991. The agency would later replace to SHISH.[1][2]

Directors[edit]

No. Name
Term in office
1 Irakli Koçollari 1 August 1991 29 June 1992
2 Bashkim Gazidede 29 June 1992 9 April 1997
3 Astrit Kodra 9 April 1997 29 May 1997
4 Arben Karkini 29 May 1997 21 August 1997

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