Prime Minister Edi Rama indicated that he was in a working meeting with his Hungarian counterpart Viktor Orban in Budapest on Monday.
Through a post on his Facebook account, Rama wrote that meeting was in the framework of cooperation in economy, education, health but also on the opening of accession negotiations with the EU.
According to Rama, Hungary has always been an unwavering supporter of Albania’s path to the EU.
“At the invitation of Prime Minister Viktor Orbán on a working visit on bilateral cooperation in economy, health, education and the progress of Albania’s European integration regarding which Hungary is historically an unwavering supporter,” is the full note of Rama on his Hungarian visit.
Rama will return to Albania on Wednesday after a visit to North Macedonia. On Thursday he will attend the plenary session of parliament which will vote on the dismissal of President Ilir Meta.