Albania has no projects to present in Trieste Summit: Italian Ambassador
As the Western Balkans Summit will be held in Trieste on July 12, Albania does not have any infrastructure projects to present this year, report some dailies in Tirana.
This fact was emphasized by the Italian Ambassador to Albania Alberto Cutillo, in a meeting at the residence of the Embassy, where he presented information about the Business Forum that is expected to be held at the summit.
“There are no concrete projects for Albania in infrastructure, unlike the previous one which had a project for the Tirana-Durres railway,” he said.
“Let’s hope that there will be some projects in the next edition.”
However, the summit is important because it can identify projects that can be developed further on.
The Western Balkans Summit, expected to be held in Trieste on July 12, is an intergovernmental initiative established in 2014 to promote greater integration between the countries of the region.
Among its current members are the six EU countries of the Balkan Process (Italy, Germany, France, Austria, Croatia and Slovenia) and six Balkan countries (Bosnia-Herzegovina, Serbia, Montenegro, Kosovo, Macedonia and Albania).
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