Albanian PM: EU shouldn’t be afraid to lift visa regime

Albanian PM Sali Berisha says that the EU should not fear increased inflow of Albanians if it lifts visa regime for Albanian citizens next week.

Berisha stressed that, although his country was still poor, the EU could open its borders for the Albanians without fear of immigration such as the one from the early 90’s.

Hundreds of Albanians left to European countries in search for work and better life.

“There won’t be an exodus,” the Albanian PM pointed out.

He also said that lifting visa requirements for Albania would be “the biggest stimulus since the fall of the Iron Curtain”.

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