Kosovo President Makes Key Albania Trip

Pristina – Kosovo’s President Fatmir Sejdiu has left for Albania in his first trip as a head of state to the country.

President Sejdiu is to hold talks with Albania’s President Bamir Topi on areas of political, social, economic and educational cooperation.

Both Presidents will exchange ideas on European and NATO integration for countries, regional cooperation and the future perspectives of Kosovo, reports the office of the Albanian Presidency.

An important point of discussion will also be the progress in recognitions of Kosovo’s independence from Serbia.

On his first day, Sejdiu is to address Albania’s members of parliament while special meetings will be held with Parliamentary speaker, Jozefina Topalli and Prime Minister, Sali Berisha.

Sejdiu will be announced as an Honorary Citizen of the town of Shkoder, in northern Albania.

Along with his Albanian counterpart, President Sejdiu is to visit the construction site where a road connecting Albania and Kosovo is being built.

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