Economic relations are expected to be strengthened even more between Albania and Italy. Prime Minister Edi Rama received today the Italian Foreign Minister Luigi Di Maio to sign the agreement which will pave the way for the creation of a joint economic commission that according to the Italian Minister will increase investment opportunities between the two countries but will also help both countries overcome the economic crisis.
"I am especially pleased today that we have signed a joint statement to build an economic commission that will be set up in the form of dialogue and confrontation for trade and investment opportunities between our two countries and to face and resolve critical points of bilateral relations and in the economic context. "
Italian Minister Di Maio is also present, a roundtable on the fight against corruption and justice reform is held in Tirana
Italy also aims to have a higher presence of Italian education in Albania.
"Another aspect related to the strengthening of our economic-trade relations is that of the spread of the Italian language in Albania. We hope for this a higher presence of Italian education in Albania. Such a decision would be in line with the expansion of economic cooperation between the two countries. "Italy has always been close to Albania on its path to EU integration and strongly supports the path of internal reforms," said Di Maio.