Albania, Slovenia to boost economic co-operation.

By bne IntelliNews December 9, 2010
The governments of Albania and Slovenia agreed to improve their bilateral economic ties, PMs press office reported citing a statement by PMs Sali Berisha and Borut Pahor. Slovenian PM noted that the rapid development of Albanian economy offers great opportunities for Slovenian business, especially in construction and energy sectors. Pahor also pledged full government support to Albanias EU integration process. The two PMs attended the opening of Slovenian embassy in Tirana.

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