Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama will visit Sofia on June 8th and 9th as part of a two-day visit.
The meeting was set after a telephone conversation that Bulgarian Prime Minister Stefan Janev and his Albanian counterpart Edi Rama had the day before. The parties discussed issues related to bilateral relations, as well as current topics on the European agenda. Both confirmed the Albanian Prime Minister's next visit to Bulgaria on June 8th and 9th.
Prime Minister Janev underlined that the Bulgarian side has started the relevant preparations for the visit.
In this context, the Bulgarian Prime Minister noted that the adaptation of different national interests is what moves the world forward and noted that the visit of the Albanian Prime Minister to Bulgaria will be considered as a visit of a friend, said the press office of the Bulgarian government.
Mr Rama's visit to Bulgaria comes at the height of the country's political crisis. This is the second technical government formed on May 21 after the three main political forces failed to form a new government after the parliamentary elections a few months ago, forcing the president to announce early elections for July 11.