TIRANA – Leaders of the largest Albanian political parties in Macedonia were received by the Albanian President Bujar Nishani and Prime Minister Edi Rama in Tirana on Thursday.
During the meeting at the President’s office, the Albanian head of state Bujar Nishani and the leader of the Democratic Union for Integration (DUI), Ali Ahmeti discussed the post-election situation in the neighbouring Macedonia and DUI commitment to the process.
Leaders of DUI, BESA and Alliance of Albanians, namely Ali Ahmeti, Bilal Kasami and Ziadin Sela also held a meeting with the Prime Minister Edi Rama, with talks focusing on the post-election political situation in Macedonia and efforts for creation of a new government in the neighbouring country.
Albanian PM Rama posted on his Facebook page photographs from the meeting captioned “Brotherly”.
Macedonia’s new Parliament is scheduled to convene in its plenary session today after the Dec 11 early elections. Parliament is set to elect the new Parliament Speaker.
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