Prime Ministers of Albania
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Prime Minister Ana Brnabic will take part in a meeting of regional prime ministers in Durres, Albania, in August 26, the Serbian government has announced.
Deputy PM and Foreign Minister Ekaterina Zaharieva begins today a visit to Serbia and will also visit Albania, reported '24 chasa' Newspaper.
During her talks she is going to present the priorities of the Bulgarian Presidency of the Council of EU in 2018 which will prioritize among other things, the European future of the Balkan states.
The ruling Socialist Party in Albania has won the parliamentary elections and will have between 45 and 49 percent of the vote.
According to exit polls conducted by the Italian agency IPR Marketing, the opposition Democratic Party will have up to 34 percent of the votes.
Albania is observing an election silence Saturday as a result of the end of campaigns required one day ahead of parliamentary elections, Xinhua Reported.
Some 18 political parties and groups will be running for 140 seats in the Balkan country's parliament during the June 25 elections after 30 days of campaigns.