National Agency of Coastline has started collaborating with the University of Michigan, and many of Mich students will be part of different archeological and marine projects in Albanian coastline. Albanian coastline is not rich only in natural beauties but also in archeological and mineral assets.
Adriatic-Ionian Coast has been seen as the intersection of maritime thoroughfares in early times and as such has become a gathering place of shipwrecks and facilities that they transported to these shores. This constitutes an excellent opportunity for scholars and archaeologists of the underwater world.
The agency made public lately one of the variants that will regulate the coastline in the “Gjiri i Lalëzit”, a very favorite beach frequented by Tirana inhabitants. National Agency of Coastline will soon open a public debate on planning the Adriatic beaches. The planning of this area includes public beaches, beaches concessions, protected areas, areas behind the beaches, etc.
“We think that a perfect planning area beaches will begin by the well management of this important public asset. We note that the coastline is comprised by public assets. The beaches are public property which may be granted in concession under the conditions and standards set by the state, “said Director of the Agency, Auron Tare.
News source/photo credits: ATA
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