Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis last night had a dinner in honor of Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama during his arrival in Athens to attend The Economist conference.
This is what the office of the Prime Minister of Greece announces in an official statement for the meeting with the Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama while clarifying the topics of discussion between the two counterparts.
It is further stated that the two prime ministers had the opportunity to discuss the course of bilateral relations, as well as the European perspective of Albania, which Greece has supported over time, always respecting the relative conditionality set by the European Council. They expressed their satisfaction with their cooperation within NATO.
“A special discussion was held on the Greek National Minority in Albania, which should be a bridge of friendship and cooperation between the two peoples, while emphasis was placed on strengthening bilateral economic and trade relations. Rama and Mitsotakis expressed their satisfaction for the perfectly smooth integration of Albanian citizens living in Greece.
In the end, they agreed to work together so that the two countries can quickly work out unresolved issues in the past in a bilateral context and unleash the great potential that the strategic relationship between the two countries can create” says the official statement issued by the office of Prime Minister Mitsotakis.