Albania and Kosovo considering shared embassies

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The Albanian Minister-in-office for Europe and Foreign Affairs Gent Çakaj and the Foreign Minister of Kosovo Glauk Konjufca met to discuss the establishment of common economic space for free movement of people, goods & capital between Albania and Kosovo and the possibility of founding shared embassies of Kosovo and Albania around the world.

In the meeting both Ministers stressed that Albania-Kosovo cooperation must be deepened.

“The borders between the Republic of Kosovo and the Republic of Albania should not exist at all, they should be removed immediately, and our countries should enjoy unrestricted freedom of movement and unhindered ability to deepen economic cooperation”, said Çakaj.

Konjufca reminded that the dozens of agreements that had been signed so far should be implemented and that, despite the great work that has been done so far, there is still room for further cooperation.

Çakaj and Konjufca highlighted the fact that joint consulates of Albania and Kosovo have opened so far in Bari, Munich, Copenhagen, as well as a joint embassy in Canberra.

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