Bilateral Relations

The political relationship between the two countries can be considered in its best momentum. This evaluation is reflecting the present high level of the political dialogue.

During the year 2015, two important visits took place:

-        On 28 February, the official visit of the Prime Minister Edi Rama in Bucharest;

-        On 26 May, the former Romanian Prime Minister Victor Ponta, accompanied by the former Minister of Foreign Affairs Bogdan Aurescu, attended the Summit of Head of States and Governments of SEECP, held in Tirana.

Albania and Romania are members of all the regional initiatives and of many international organisations. The two countries share the opinion that regional cooperation is an important pillar in the foreign policy, with a direct impact on the internal development and prosperity. Romania, as a member of the European Union, and Albania, as a candidate to the EU, consider the European integration of all the countries of West Balkans as quite essential.

As two partners and allies in NATO, Albania and Romania strongly believe that two consolidated countries in the region do contribute not only to the collective peace and security of the Alliance, but even more, by promoting the democracy and freedom in other countries where conflicts exist, in close collaboration with the strategic partners such as USA and other countries of NATO and EU.

From the economic point of view, the increase and diversification of commercial exchanges, the increase of Romanian investments on the electrical energy sector, the construction of the energetic infrastructure, wind energy, chemical industry, textile, agro-business etc., will be the priorities of the bilateral economic cooperation.

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