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Albania summoned British Ambassador to Tirana Alastair King-Smith to the Ministry for Europe and Foreign Affairs over British Immigration Minister Robert Jenrick’s remarks about Albanians and gave a note verbale to the country.

In a written statement from the Albanian Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs, it was reported that a note verbale was presented to Ambassador Smith due to the British Minister’s remarks.

The memo said concerns had been expressed about the immigration minister’s recent statement, which included discriminatory language against Albanians. It violates the positive spirit of bilateral cooperation underlined by the joint statement, which includes a joint assessment of its significant contribution to its culture. economy and society.” Data included.

The statement called for the continuation of constructive dialogue and cooperation to avoid the language of hatred and discrimination and to fulfill the commitments of the two democratic countries as partners and allies in international organizations.

“In the joint statement, our countries pledged to continue to strengthen co-operative relationships in a wide range of areas, with a focus on youth, innovation, tourism, education and the UK’s strategic investments in Albania.”

British Immigration Minister Robert Jenrick, in a video message he posted on social media, stated that they are working day and night to keep illegal Albanian immigrants away, adding: “There are not only illegal immigrants, but also dangerous criminals with drug offences.” may occur.

In response to the British minister’s remarks, the Albanian Minister for Europe and Foreign Affairs, Ulta Shaka, described what happened on her social media account as “shameful marginalization of a society by a minister with democratic principles who recalls horrific memories with intolerable brutality.”

Albania and the United Kingdom signed a joint statement at the end of last year to “deepen bilateral cooperation in areas of mutual interest,” including the controversial issue of illegal immigration between the two countries.


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