On Tuesday, June 3, 2018 the governments of Montenegro and Albania are set to hold a joint session in Shkondra, thus marking the friendly ties between the two nations
This is the first such session organised by the Government of Montenegro with another country. More specifically, the Montenegrins and the Albanians share strong ties and both wish to take them to an even higher and better level with the aim to open a dialogue between them on numerous issues of mutual interest.
Following the session, the Montenegrin governmental website reads, several documents will be signed, as follows:
1. Joint Declaration of the Government of Montenegro and the Government of Albania;
2. Agreement between the Government of Montenegro and the Council of Ministers Albania on cooperation and mutual assistance in emergency situations;
3. Agreement between the Government of Montenegro and the Council of Ministers of Albania on the opening of the joint border crossing Ckla-Zogaj for international cargo and passenger traffic;
4. Agreement between the Government of Montenegro and the Council of Ministers of Albania on cooperation in the area of cross-border operations within the Air Policing Mission;
5. Framework Agreement between the Government of Montenegro and the Council of Ministers of Albania on mutual relations in the field of transboundary waters management;
6. Cultural Cooperation Programme between the Ministry of Culture of Montenegro and the Ministry of Culture of Albania for the period 2018-2020;
7. Agreement on cooperation of chambers of commerce; and
8. Memorandum of Understanding between the Agency for the Promotion of Foreign Investments of Montenegro and the Agency for Investment and Development of Albania.
Moreover, the Montenegro – Albania Business Forum, sponsored by the Union of the Chambers of Commerce of Albania and the Chamber of Commerce of Montenegro, will hold a meeting after the joint session of the two governments. Business people will talk about the improvement of co-operation in the areas of trade, tourism, energy, transport, agriculture, IT, trade and tourism, and wood processing…. / IBNA