Prime Minister Edi Rama in a meeting with Albanian emigrants in Athens stated that he demanded the abolition of the law of war.
Rama said that the abolition of the law of war is a cornerstone for a new era. He also spoke about the dismissal of the Albanian ambassador in Athens Ardiana Hobdari, stating that she had neglected the problems of Albanian emigrants.
The head of government stated that the right to property and education in their own language will be guaranteed to greeks that live in Albania, describing this as an obligation in exchange for respecting the rights of Albanians in Greece.
“Thank you very much for coming. We would like to express our gratitude for your civic and political commitment. I would like to be in contact with you more often. Laert informed me about the progress of the relationship. I apologize to all immigrants.
I apologize to immigrants for the non-dignified service. I believe things today are however much better than they were for the fact that we have online services.
We still have issues to address. The abolition of the law of war is the cornerstone for a new era. We talked about the issue of solving the problem of defining reciprocal maritime space. We are on the right track and I think the best route is a third part or the International Court of Justice.
These things need to be resolved without wasting time, stated among others Rama. /abcnews.al