Kosovo and Albania Set Up Commission on Intergovernmental Agreements
Kosovo and Albania Set Up Commission on Intergovernmental Agreements
Kosovo’s and Albania’s prime ministers, Albin Kurti and Edi Rama, agreed on Tuesday in Tirana to set up an inter-state commission consisting of ministers and MPs to follow implementation of agreements reached by the two governments and create conditions for new ones, electronic media reported. The decision was announced at a joint press conference between Kosovo's Prime Minister Albin Kurti and Albania's Edi Rama. “The 77 agreements that have been signed so far need to be implemented and more should come. Coordination needs to be deepened and expanded,” Kurti said. He mentioned that commission will look into different aspects such as “double controls and checks as well as the fact that to have a work permit ...Full story can be read through subscription.
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