PM Edi Rama: Chinese tourists will not need visas for the ”Balkan Schengen”

Pm of Albania, Edi Rama, participated in a ceremony on the occasion of the 70th anniversary of the relations between Albania and China, praising Beijing as the second trade partner after EU. He declared that the cooperation between the two countries should increase, respecting the approach of each other. The head of the government declared that with the ‘’Balkan Schengen’’, the Chinese tourists will travel without visas in the countries that are part of the project.

Albania has turned into a touristic destination of the Chinese tourists, and the increase for this year is 65%, the biggest increase of foreign tourists. By putting forward our plan for the Balkan Schengen area, we believe that next year we will see an even greater number of Chinese tourists, stated Rama.

Pm Rama also praised the approach of the Chinese towards the Albanian language, and declared that it would be a huge step if they accepted to head the sector of spelling  of the Albanian language.

‘’I wish that our friendship remains mutual and we benefit not only financially, but also but also in the field of knowledge’’ –declared Rama.

On the occasion of the 70th anniversary of the relations between Albania and China, COD Gallery opened the exhibition entitled ‘’Beyond Memories’’.

 

/ERvin Çali/ 

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