Albania in Favour of Renewing Friendship and Cooperation Agreement with Greece

ATHENS – The Albanian government is in favour of renewing the treaty with Greece on friendship, cooperation, good neighbourliness and security for another five years, following a Greek proposal, diplomatic sources said on Monday.

The Treaty was signed between the two countries in 1996 and had a 20-year initial duration, from the day of its implementation, which ended in 2018. It was then renewed for a period of five years, until 2023.

In view of the expiration of this renewal, both parties agreed to renew it for another five years.

This development is part of the steadily improving climate in relations between the two countries, which was proved during Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias’s visit to Tirana in October 2020, as well as his recent meeting with Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama in Tirana a few days ago.


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