Prime Ministers of Albania
BELGRADE - Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama abused his visit to Belgrade for personal promotion and inter-political purposes, Director of Centre for Regionalism NGO Aleksandar Popov stated on Monday.
Albanian prime minister visits Belgrade
BELGRADE -- On Monday Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama is visiting Belgrade, which is a historic event in the diplomatic relations between the two countries.
The last visit by a head of the Albanian state to Belgrade was recorded in 1946 when Enver Hoxha met with Josip Broz Tito.
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“Candidates and prospective candidates for EU membership must ensure journalists can do their job without fear of violence and intimidation,” she added
Former Prime Minister Sali Berisha on Thursday called for a parliamentary inquiry into claims that the centre-left government of Premier Edi Rama has imported oil from Teheran, breaking the UN-imposed embargo.
“The government has breached the embargo by allowing imports of oil from Iran, a grave national and international act,” Berisha said during Thursday's parliamentary session.
Announcing the rally in Tirana, Albania's former Democratic Party Prime Minister, Sali Berisha, said Edi Rama's new left-of-centre government had based "everything on deception, falsity and violence against the opposition and the people”.
“The fraud committed by Edi Rama in turning his electoral platform upside down is quickly making his government illegitimate,” he added.