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Albanian Emigrants Petition Directed to Italian Prime Minister
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Albanian Emigrants Petition Directed to Italian Prime Minister

TIRANA, 10 September The Albanian immigrants working in Italy have started an online petition, where they request to the Italian government to acknowledge their contributions, for their retirement. On the petition titled ‘The pension is a right, we support the Italian-Albanian agreement’ (in Italian: La pensione e’ un diritto, sosteniamo l’accordo Italia-Albania) is noted that...

Albanians can Soon Swap Driving License for an Italian One
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Albanians can Soon Swap Driving License for an Italian One

TIRANA, August 13 The month of August has brought many good news and facilities for Albanian drivers. The General Directorate of Services of Road Transportation (in Albanian: DPSHTRR), a while ago announced that the cards, duplicates, renewals, or the first time after passing the test would be available for withdrawal just half an hour later,...

Retirees Protest in Front of Italian Embassy in Tirana
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Retirees Protest in Front of Italian Embassy in Tirana

TIRANA, June 13 A group of retirees protested today in front of the Italian Embassy in Tirana, requesting from the neighboring country to acknowledge the pensions of Albanian emigrants through an agreement, as it is with some other countries. The appeal was made to the Italian ambassador in Albania, Alberto Cutillo. Whereas a part of...

Italy keeps being Albania’s main trade partner
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Italy keeps being Albania’s main trade partner

Tirane, Albania / February 29, 2016 Trade between Albania and Italy increased again in January 2016, compared to January 2015, according to official statistics released by the Albanian Institute of Statistics (INSTAT). Exports and imports increased by 8.1% in annual terms during January 2016, while Italian imports to Albania increased by 18.3% in annual terms,...

Albania urges Italy to cut ‘fixed’ transport tax
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Albania urges Italy to cut ‘fixed’ transport tax

Tirana, December 23, 2015 The Minister of Transports and Infrastructure Edmond Haxhinasto welcomed in a meeting the new Italian ambassador to Tirana, Alberto Cutillo, at the Ministry of Transports premises in Tirana. The two high ranked officials discussed about the ‘fixed’ transport tax that Italy has been applying to Albanian traders since 1956. According to...

Albania urges Italy to cut transportation tax for Albanian businesses
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Albania urges Italy to cut transportation tax for Albanian businesses

Tirana, November 26, 2015 During an official meeting in Italy, the Albanian Assembly Speaker Ilir Meta held a meeting with the head of the Italian Chamber of Deputies Laura Boldrini and discussed about the economic collaboration between the two countries. The meeting was focused on increasing the trade exchanges between Albania and Italy and Italian investments...

IADSA launches fourth Call for Proposals for local units and NGOs
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IADSA launches fourth Call for Proposals for local units and NGOs

Let’s connect   On Wednesday, October 14, the Ministry of Finances and the Italian Embassy to Tirana launched in a conference the fourth Call for Proposals of the Italian-Albanian Debt for Development Swap Agreement for local units and NGOs in Albania. The conference’s panel was attended by the Italian Ambassador to Albania Massimo Gaiani, the...

Italy – Albania Business Forum held in Tirana on September 22
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Italy – Albania Business Forum held in Tirana on September 22

Albanian and Italian businesses gathered on September 22 in Tirana in the Italia – Albania Business Forum with the participation of the Albania’s Prime Minister Edi Rama and the Italian Ambassador to Tirana, Massimo Gaiani. During the discussions, the Prime Minister Edi Rama declared that the war against the informality will continue as a process...

124 Italian construction companies to attend B2B meetings with Albanian companies
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124 Italian construction companies to attend B2B meetings with Albanian companies

124 Italian companies from 15 regions of Italy will participate in the “Italia ed Albania – building together” activity, organized by the ICE Agency in cooperation with ANCE (Italian National Agency of Constructors) and supported by the Italian Embassy to Tirana. The Italian companies will attend B2B meetings and “technical tables” with Albanian companies that...