In the framework of Albania’s promotion in all its potential aspects, the Ministry of European Integration and the Tirana Chamber of Commerce and Industry have signed on Tuesday an agreement of cooperation, aiming to promote and support the Albanian businesses.
The head of Tirana Chamber of Commerce and Industry Nikolin Jaka declared that this agreement will be implemented by promoting the Albanian businesses through the Albanian diplomatic representatives and the CHCI’s offices in several countries.
“We are working to open more offices in other countries in other to set up cooperation ties with economic organizations and groups of respective countries,” declared Jaka. In turn, the Albanian Minister of European Integration Klajda Gjosha praised this agreement as very important as it is the business for a state, when it is considered as a close partner in moving forward.
The current government has undertaken several initiatives and reforms in improving the business-government relations and has lobbied to businesses to strengthen cooperation with the state institutions.
News source/photo credits: ATA