Albanian Ambassador Hajdaraga had a meeting with the Greek Minister of Foreign Affairs, Nikos Dendias. Both interlocutors agreed to intensify the contacts and start the dialogue between the two countries as soon as possible for the talks on open issues between the two countries.
According to Dendias, the relations between the two countries are strategic, so no time should be wasted to boost the dialogue between the two countries. He reiterated that Greece supports Albania on the European path. I am coming to Tirana soon to meet the Albanian leaders and to resume the dialogue process between the two countries. The two countries have joint regional projects.
Both sides agreed to start preparations for the opening of the borders to Albanian tourists, a date which is believed to be imminent, but not yet announced.
The Greek side reconfirmed its will to be at the helm of the countries that will support Albania in the process of implementing the criteria for membership in the European Union.
The Greek Foreign Minister expressed the desire for an upcoming visit to Tirana, where he will have meetings with Albanian heads of state.
He also promised to start family reunification procedures as soon as possible, a process that left hundreds of families on both sides of the border separated for more than a year due to the covid pandemic.