Albania to ‘Consult’ on Draft Amnesty Law Criticised by Brussels
The Albanian government has sent an "invitation for consultations" to business representatives on its controversial draft financial amnesty law, announcing a conference in the presence of Prime Minister Edi Rama in Tirana on July 15, according to a source from the organizations invited to the "consultations".
Dutch PM: If North Macedonia does not accept the French Proposal, Albania is Moving Forward Alone
"If North Macedonia does not accept the French proposal, Albania will continue alone on the path to European integration. I think that is only right, but I hope that this will not be necessary", said Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte after his meeting with Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama yesterday.
Albanian Journalists ‘Feel Unprotected’ After PM’s Angry Outbursts
Media experts say Albanian journalists are struggling to deal with the political and professional pressures they are under after Prime Minister Edi Rama lashed out at two reporters in recent months, refusing to answer their questions because he said they were "unethical".
Albania Proposes Controversial Amnesty for Undeclared Assets
Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama (left) and Socialist Party secretary-general Damian Gjiknuri. Photo: LSA
The opposition claims that the scheme would allow criminal to launder proceeds of illegal activities, in a country where money-laundering and organised crime are a serious concern.
‘I Love 3D’: Albanian PM’s Promises Glitter – Realisation Falls Short
Edi Rama's promises look great in 3D, but a BIRN analysis finds many of his imposing-looking infrastructure projects have yet to be built.
Bulgarian MFA: We Expect the Albanian PM to Express Himself as a Politician from an EU Candidate Country
"Bulgaria has always been among those countries of the European Union that support the European affiliation of the Albanian people". This was stated by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in a position on the occasion of yesterday's speech by the Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama.
Vučić: We will fight for the European future, respecting ourselves VIDEO
Borrell Disappointed with the ongoing Veto on North Macedonia
EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell is disappointed that Bulgaria continues to block talks with Albania and the Republic of North Macedonia (RNM).
Vucic with Macron after the summit PHOTO
The meeting of EU-WB leaders lasted more than three hours, and the main topic of discussion was ways to strengthen the region's integration into the EU.
Except for Vui, all leaders of the Western Balkan 6 attended the meeting.
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Vucic made the decision
The leaders of the six countries in the region were invited to a meeting with the leaders of the European Council, which should be held tomorrow before the beginning of the regular June summit of the Union, at which enlargement will be discussed.
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