The cold relationship between the two Albanian prime ministers continues to be in the spotlight. Their politics should not be daily bargaining say experts on political issues.
The cold relationship between the two Albanian prime ministers continues to be in the spotlight.
Their politics should not be daily bargaining say experts on political issues.
The "Open Balkans" may have turned into an apple of discord for the two Albanian states.
The Kosovar and Albanian leadership seem to have a great deal of waste due to an initiative that, more than a political character, has an economic purpose.
Prime Minister Edi Rama, as always, this time in Ohrid, confirmed his position on the Open Balkans.
Prime Minister Albin Kurti also has an unwavering stance.
This whole situation is seen by analyst Shqiprim Pula as unnecessary acting of two Albanian prime ministers.
"From the actions we are seeing, I am implying that the reports are not so comfortable.
After receiving his second term, Prime Minister Kurti did not respect the tradition that had to do with the first visit outside Kosovo and did not go to Tirana.
In politics sometimes you have to act but apparently acting is not enough for the two prime ministers and this is showing their coldness.
"From the eyes of foreigners, this may be consistent with the saying of Father Gjergj Fishta that" Albanians are as we love them ", said analyst Shqiprim Pula.
According to experts on political issues, relations between the two countries should not be the topics and bargains of daily politics.
"It seems that there are tensions between the two prime ministers due to political differences, but now as two prime ministers they should have strategic relations to bring the Albanian nation closer to the European Union and Kosovo closer to NATO.
"Kosovo should feel its state course in EU and NATO integration and our relations with Albania should not be a topic or daily political bargain", said analyst Gazmir Raci.
Relations between the Prime Minister of Kosovo, Albin Kurti and the Prime Minister of Albania, Edi Rama began to be invited in 2019, when Rama together with the Serbian President, Aleksandar Vucic proposed the "Open Balkans" initiative, which Kosovo continues not to join initiatives involving the countries of the Western Balkans./Portal D/