Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama stated that they jointly moved to solve problems in the region during his meeting with Prime Minister Dritan Abazović in Montenegro’s capital, Podgorica.
Prime Minister Rama met Prime Minister Dritan Abazović in Podgorica, the capital of Montenegro, where he went on an official visit.
Edi Rama stressed the importance of the Berlin process, which was held in Berlin, the capital of Germany, in order to increase cooperation between 6 countries of the Western Balkans, consisting of Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, North Macedonia, Kosovo, Montenegro and Serbia, and he said. The Balkans must adapt themselves to this process.
Expressing that the Open Balkan Initiative is a joint agreement between several countries, Rama said: “Open Balkan is not my own company that I can open or close, it is a joint venture of several countries. We must stick to the Berlin process. Albania hosts the Berlin process, and we cannot afford to waste our interest And we have the opportunity to include the EU financial plan.” Use the phrase.
It is important for his country and Montenegro to have a common position on solving problems in the region before the next NATO summit, Rama said, “Future generations will not forgive us if we do not do everything in our power to resolve conflicts that cause bloodshed and open deep divisions of hatred.” Make an evaluation.
Noting that they have a common approach with Montenegro against all conflicts in the region, Rama noted that they have conflicting views with Kosovar Prime Minister Albin Kurti.
Edi Rama also said that she expected Kurti to always make her feel at home in Tirana.
Focus on regional cooperation from the Prime Minister of Montenegro Abazović
Montenegrin Prime Minister Dritan Abazovic stated that cooperation between the two countries is taking place on a friendly level.
Expressing that he called for a peaceful resolution of the events between Serbia and Kosovo, Abazovic said, without violence:
Our goal is to create more stability, and to focus on the economic issues that drive progress. We are all so tired of the problems of the past, there are some that need to be closed. We support dialogue, sit down and talk about solutions. If we want to be successful in the integration process, first of all, we need to take regional cooperation to a better level.”
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