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Polish President Andrzej Duda paid an official visit to Albania.

Duda was greeted with an official ceremony by Albanian President Bagram Bijaj as part of his contacts in the capital, Tirana.

After the ceremony in the Albanian Presidency, Bijaj and Duda held a meeting around the clock and held a joint press conference after the meeting between the two delegations.

Polish President Duda, in his statement here, touched on the Russo-Ukrainian war and thanked the Albanian authorities for their support to Ukraine.

Doda said: Aggression against the independence of a nation. It is senseless aggression that affects all international principles. The aggression must end. I often say: (aggression) must end in only one way. It must end with the withdrawal of Russian forces from occupied Ukrainian lands on the basis of international rules defining state borders. All Ukrainian lands must be returned to Ukraine. This is how this war must end.” Use phrases.

Stating that Albania hopes to become a member of the European Union, Duda stressed that his country supports Albania’s membership efforts in the European Union.

Duda said: “Together we are members of the Euro-Atlantic alliance. Albania is an active member of NATO, sending its forces wherever needed.” He said.

Noting that they also touched on economic issues in their meeting with Bijaj, Duda stated that by joining the European Union, Albania will strengthen its economic relations with Poland.

Duda said that they also talked about Kosovo during the meeting. He said.

“I appreciate Poland’s position in dealing with the wave of refugees from Ukraine”

Albanian President Bijaj also confirmed that Russia’s military aggression in Ukraine poses a threat to both Ukraine’s neighbors and the Western Balkans.

Bijaj said, “I appreciate Poland’s position and role in dealing with the wave of refugees from Ukraine. I have expressed my full solidarity with President Duda. I express Albania’s open position in support of Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity.” He said.

Noting his appreciation for the traditionally friendly and very good political relations, confirmed by Duda’s visit to Tirana, Pegaj continued:

We agreed to contribute to the strengthening of these friendly relations and cooperation. I expressed my gratitude to President Duda for the solidarity shown by Poland and its people to the Albanian people in the healing phase of the devastating earthquake of November 2019 and during the COVID-19 pandemic.”

Noting that they attach special importance to Albania’s cooperation within the scope of European integration, Bijaj said Poland expressed satisfaction with its support for Albania and its contribution to peace and stability in the Western Balkans.

“Poland was one of the first countries to recognize Kosovo’s independence,” Bijaj said. He confirmed that he had asked for Duda’s support in establishing diplomatic relations with Kosovo.

On the issue of maritime borders between Albania and Greece, Pegaj said, “I think it is an issue that needs to be resolved. The solution is based on the Constitution of the Republic of Albania, the 2010 Constitutional Court decision, international laws and agreements, local laws and good neighborliness. Greece is our strategic and important economic partner.” He rated it.

Bijaj and Duda will also attend the joint Albanian-Polish economic forum to be held in the capital, Tirana.

Duda met Speaker of the Albanian Parliament Lindita Nikola and Prime Minister Edi Rama in the framework of his contacts in Albania.

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