Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis is visiting Albania on Tuesday and Wednesday, accompanied by Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias and the Deputy Foreign Minister Kostas Fragogiannis.
On Tuesday, Mitsotakis will participate in the proceedings of the EU-Western Balkans summit in Tirana, as it is the first time that such a summit is hosted in a country candidate for joining the European Union.
After the end of the summit, Mitsotakis will have bilateral meetings with the Albanian leadership and more specifically with his counterpart, Edi Rama, the President of the Republic, Bajram Begaj and the President of the Parliament, Lindita Nikolla. Before the bilateral meetings with the Albanian leadership, the prime minister will have a meeting with the Archbishop of Tirana, Durres and all Albania, Anastasios.
According to government sources, Greece supports Albania’s European perspective and seeks to improve bilateral relations with the neighboring country.