The governor of the Bank of Albania, Gent Sejko, during the conclusion of the mission of International Monetary Fund, spoke about important reforms in the economic sector, emphasizing as a priority the membership of Albania into the European Union.
According to governor Sejko, the opening of the negotiations with the European Union should be seen as an instrument for further developing the country.
‘’The agenda of structural reforms will be accelerated even further. The second phase of this reform will aim to improve and deepen the cognition of our work force, the creation of a legal, administrative and fiscal environment, which will encourage the induction of foreign investments, as well as the integration of the country in the trades and infrastructure of regional and European development.
Opening of the negotiations with EU should be seen as a primary instrument for developing the country. The Bank of Albania thinks that the fulfillment of the criteria for opening the negotiations and the implementation of the reforms in the process should be in the attention of all the political parties in the country’’- declared Sejko.
During his speech on the occasion of the conclusion of the mission of IMF in Tirana, Mr. Sejko declared that the state deficit is low and the public debt is dropping constantly.
‘’ We should continue with the reforms in Albania. The low budget deficit and the debt is lowering. The base of the development in Albania remains solid, meanwhile we should improve the development of the financial system’’ – declared Sejko.