Greece has declared Albania, alongside Italy, as a hostile country back in 1940 with a royal decree. The Greek – Italian Treaty of friendship in 1947 withdraw the state of war among those two countries.
Ali Ahmeti, leader of the ethnic Albanian political party Democratic Union for Integration (DUI) declared to press on Thursday that he concluded a political agreement with Prime Minister Zoran Zaev.
The Albanian parliament resumed its operations on Tuesday for the first time since oppositions Parliamentary Members (MPs) handed over their resignation the Parliament head.
Tirana appears to be embroiled into a serious political turmoil which might destabilise the already fragile security conditions in Albania and increase tensions with the local Greek ethnic minority.
A concerted police operation in North Macedonia on Friday foiled the perpetration of a large-scale terrorist attack.
The land border between Greece and Albania is not among the issues being discussed between the two countries, sources from the Greek Foreign Ministry said in a statement Friday, in response to suggestions to that effect on Thursday by…
With bilateral relations still hurting following the killing of an ethnic Greek man by police in Albania in October, Greece’s Foreign Ministry on Tuesday condemned a decision by Albanian authorities to confiscate property belonging to…
Greece and Albania's relations are "historical and traditional", Albania's Prime Minister Edi Rama said in a statement on the sidelines of the conference "news agencies vs fake news" organised by the Albanian ATA news agency in Tirana.
The Greek authorities have taken all the necessary steps to find out what exactly has happened with the death of a Greek national in Albania, government spokesman Dimitris Tzanakopoulos said in an interview.
A funeral service was held in the village of Dragoti in Albania Friday for some 573 Greek soldiers who were killed in 1940-41 during the Greek-Italian War.