Albania has reported through its representatives in front of the UNESCO World Heritage Committee about the current situation of the historical sites of Berat and Gjirokastra, which are protected as world heritage sites by this organization.
While it’s participating in the 41st session of this Committee, the Albanian side has stressed that complies with every recommendation given by UNESCO.
Meanwhile, it has added that there have been interventions in a significant number of locations in both the cities mentioned above.
On its party, UNESCO World Heritage Committee approved the report submitted by the Albanian government for the historical sites of Berat and Gjirokastra.
Meanwhile, it also stressed on the importance of the environment, where UNESCO is offering its assistance for a joint management of the Ohrid Lake, awaiting for the Albanian part of it to be registered in the World Heritage List. /balkaneu.com/