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  2. Out of Albania: From Crisis Migration to Social Inclusion in Italy by Russell King, Nicola Mai, 2008-10-01
  3. Remarks at a signing ceremony for North Atlantic Treaty Organization accession protocols for Albania and Croatia.(Week Ending Friday, October 31, 2008)(Speech): ... Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents by Gale Reference Team, 2008-11-03
  4. Europe and the Albanian question, by P Pipinelēs, 1944
  5. A Village Destroyed, May 14, 1999: War Crimes in Kosovo by Fred Abrahams, Eric Stover, et all 2002-07
  6. No Place Like Home: Echoes from Kosovo by Melanie Friend, 2001-11-07
  7. The North Atlantic Treaty Organization accession protocols for Albania and Croatia.(PERSPECTIVES)(Excerpt): An article from: DISAM Journal by Unavailable, 2009-03-01
  8. The New York roundtable: Toward peaceful accommodation in Kosovo : April 7-9, 1997 by Steven Burg, 1997
  9. Kosovo Liberation Army: The Inside Story of an Insurgency by Henry H. Perritt Jr., 2008-07-18
  10. An Ounce of Prevention: Macedonia and the UN Experience in Preventive Diplomacy by Henryk J. Sokalski, 2003-07
  11. The Case for Kosova: Passage to Independence
  12. Macedonia by Harvey Pekar, Heather Roberson, 2007-06-26
  13. The Search for Greater Albania by Paulin Kola, 2003-01
  14. Kosovo: The Politics of Identity and Space (Routledge Advances in European Politics) by Dr Denisa Kostovicova, 2005-08-31

41. Albanian Government Satisfied With US Human Trafficking Report
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TIRANA, Albania Foreign Minister Arta Dade says this year's US report on human trafficking indicates some progress on that front. He noted Thursday (6 June) that the US State Department’s aannual report moved Albania up from the third to the second tier of countries affected by the problem. He says the report, which ranks 83 countries, has boosted Albania’s image and validated government efforts to curb crime. (Albanian Government - 06/06/02)
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42. CIA "Cleanses" Hellenic Minority In Northern Epirus
The existence of this huge Hellenic community (ranging in excess of well over 200,000),is now being disputed by the albanian government, the CIA, and even the
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CIA "Cleanses" Hellenic Minority in Northern Epirus
Portion from a map of ethnic minorities in Eastern Europe, as published by the US CIA.
I f one thought that ethnic cleansing was accomplished with barbaric violent means (as was the case in 1923, 1955, 1974 etc.), then one should spend the time to focus and learn about the current situation Hellenes of Northern Epirus are living through. After years of pressure from the European Union and the United States, the past two Hellenic administrations followed a policy of "approachment" towards the Albanian side. Of course, such an approachment would find a great stumbling block - the human rights violations against the Hellenes in Northern Epirus. Northern Epirus (although still in foreign hands), was liberated twice this century alone by Hellenic forces. The existence of this huge Hellenic community (ranging in excess of well over 200,000), is now being disputed by the Albanian government, the CIA, and even the Hellenic government! As far as the Albanian government is concerned, their actions surprise no-one. Their dreams of a "Greater Albania", which would include areas of Vardaria ("FYROM") and Kossovo, would be greatly faltered if they faced insurrections or ethnic tensions in the south.

43. Links
albanian government Official website of the albanian government.(in English). Ministryof Culture, Youth Sport Official site for the government ministry.

44. SECIPRO 2nd Meeting Report - Annex IV
Insurance agencies and banks with activity in Albania;; Business associationswith activity in Albania. There was no response by the albanian government.
Annex IV Report on the Activity of ALBAPRO and the
Albanian National Committee of SECI Vebi Velija
Tirana - Albania On January 23, 1998, in continuation with the decision taken by the Business Advisory Board of SECI, I received a letter from Dr. Erhard Busek, in which, among other things, it was underlined the importance of the foundation of the PRO committees in the SECT participating countries. Immediately after having received the letter I had meetings with Albanian experts who would be interested to participate in the joint work for the establishment of such an institution. Unfortunately, at those moments, the experience did not exist. Turkey and Greece had just taken the burden of founding their PRO committees. Consequently those efforts at that time were not successful, During the fourth meeting of the Business Advisory Board of SECI in Thessaloniki, it was decided that work should continue faster for the foundation of such committees in all the SECI participating countries. I took the responsibility of helping for the foundation of a PRO committee in Albania, Immediately after my arrival in Albania, I organized a group of experts for the preparation of the platform of the Albanian PRO committee. In the meantime we requested assistance and experience from, such countries as Turkey, Czech Republic, European Economic Commission (Will Keenan), EuroPRO, etc. On April 6, 1998 I sent a letter to Prime Minister Fatos Nano, Deputy Prime Minister Kastriot Islami, Minister of Finance Arben Malaj, Minister of Public Works Gaqo Apostoli, Minister of Development and Economic Cooperation Ermelinda Meksi and the General Director of the Customs of Albania Gezim Bleta. I explained to them the importance of the foundation of a PRO Committee in Albania and presented to them the platform prepared by our team of experts.

45. Crisisweb: The International Crisis Group's On-line System
Consequently, the albanian government has been at pains to stress that it doesnot support the ethnic Albanian insurgents and wishes to see the territorial

46. Crisisweb: The International Crisis Group's On-line System
Political feuding virtually paralysed the albanian government in the first halfof 2002, until the European Parliament brokered an agreement between the main

47. Government - Links To Legal Resources: Countries: Albania: Government
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48. CNN - Albanian Government Moves Closer To Arresting Berisha - September 17, 1998
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Albanian government moves closer to arresting Berisha
Former president accused of fomenting recent riots
September 17, 1998
Web posted at: 11:39 p.m. EDT (0339 GMT) TIRANA, Albania (CNN) Albania's internal strife intensified Thursday as the government moved closer to arresting former President Sali Berisha on charges of fomenting anti-government riots that have killed seven people and injured more than 70. A parliamentary commission recommended that Berisha, a member of Parliament, be stripped of his immunity against arrest. The full Parliament is expected to take up the matter Friday. A defiant Berisha said he welcomed the recommendation. "Twice I have felt proud of myself in 1991 when I saw with my eyes how my people stood up (to communism) and now," said the former president, who called on his supporters to turn out in force Friday for a protest rally that some observers fear could trigger more violence. Earlier Thursday, Berisha led 3,000 supporters of his Democratic Party through the streets of Tirana in a peaceful march. He and his party have denounced the government of Socialist Prime Minister

49. GreeceNow: Greek-albanian Relations Overview
government for its contribution to Albania's European integration process and GreekForeign Minister George Papandreou praised the albanian government for the

Politics Southeast Europe Albanian Foreign Minister Paskal Milo Paskal Milo with Greek Foreign Minister George Papandreou Greek-Albanian relations overview Balkan neighbours plot a course toward greater cooperation in face of immigration issues
During a period in which Balkan conflict has once again dominated international headlines two of the region's key neighbours have managed to strengthen their relations through a determined policy of cooperation based on shared concerns and goals. While differences between Greece and Albania still linger, especially on the contentious issue of immigration, both countries' governments have managed to make progress despite historical instability. Constant contact In recent months, leaders from Athens and Tirana have managed to remain in almost constant contact. Albanian Foreign Minister Paskal Milo met with Greek counterpart George Papandreou in August on the island of Rhodes, the final stop of Milo's diplomatic tour of Balkan countries as Chairman-in-Office of the South East Europe Cooperation Process. Milo used the meeting launch proposals for Southeastern European cooperation on conflict in the area: "We are ready to take other steps regarding the Macedonian crisis."

50. Albanian Population Since The 19th Century
Refutation of Serbian and proSerb claims about the population of Kosova.Category Society History By Region Europe Kosovo...... This map was the basis of albanian government of the time propositionof Albania's boundaries. Serbian Census 1924Serbian Census of 1921.

51. Southern Albania
The albanian government is reluctant to permit the admission of Greek Orthodoxpriests and when it does it finds a pretext in order to expel them.

52. Fjala Funerale Per Faik Konitzen
at his word and appointed Mr. Konitza as his representative in Washington and appliedfor official recognition as the head of the albanian governmentin-exile.
Funeral Oration of Faik Koniza
Delivered by Bishop Fan S. Noli, December 20, 1942 in Boston
" We are gathered together here to pay our last respects and say farewell to one of the most distinguished sons of Albania, Faik Konitza. As you all know, Faik Konitza was one of the greatest champions of Albanian independence. He was certainly the greatest master of Albanian prose-writing. Moreover, he is the man who re-discovered the old Albanian flag of Scanderbeg. These are three titles which even his bitterest opponents would not dream of denying him.
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From what I have said you can imagine that Fail Konitza was a highly educated man. He was trained in French schools and received his Bachelor's Degree at the College de Lisieux, University of France. Later on, he received his Master's Degree at Harvard Univesity in the Romance Languages. He was not satisfied with degrees but throughout his whole lifetime he collected and read books and never forgot anything he read. As a matter of fact, he was a walking encyclopedia.
Last Act:
Fine Gesture:
The American government has decided to send Mr. Konitza's remains to Albania at the end of the war. Such courtesies are usually extended only to foreign diplomats who die in active service. This means that Mr. Konitza is recognized as the representative of the Albanian government who died in active service. However it may be, we deeply appreciate that noble gesture gesture of the American government, and we know that Mr. Konitza deserves it. He deserves to find the eternal rest in the country he served all his life so faithfully and so loyally.

53. Southeast Europe Online
pdf. 3. Political Program of the albanian government for the period2002 – 2005, albanian government, .pdf. 4. Political Program of

54. Albanian Telegraphic Agency (ATA), 00-01-09
that must be offered to them to be integrated into the active life of the countrywill be the priorities during 2000 of the albanian government platform for
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  • Projects on interborder cooperation to be applied during 2000
  • Record number of travelers in Vlore ferries lines
  • Protection of women rights, priority for 2000
  • Projects on interborder cooperation to be applied during 2000
    KORCE, Jan 9 (ATA)- By B.Fejzullai, Several projects on the interborder cooperation among Korca region and border regions of Greece and Macedonia will be applied during 2000, sources from the district council told ATA on Saturday. Among these projects can be mentioned the project of cooperation among Korca local government and border regions of Greece and Macedonia. This project is financed by Echo Uverture programme. In framework of the Cross Border programme, financed by the European Union, there will be joint projects also among interborder cities' municipalities. Another project, to be materialized during 2000, will be that of protecting the lake of Prespa e Madhe and Prespa e Vogel (border with Macedonia), aiming at the encouragement and development of tourism in these zones. This project, financed by the World Bank, envisages the organization of several seminars for the development of the protected zones according to contemporary standards.

    55. State Department: Albania - Consular Information Sheet, April 26, 1994
    Entry Requirements The albanian government no longer requires visasof US citizens. A passport is required. A 10 dollar airport
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    Albania - Consular Information Sheet
    April 26, 1994
    Country Description: Albania has undergone profound political change and continues to see significant economic change. The government has restored stability and public order. Facilities for tourism are not highly developed, and many of the goods and services taken for granted in other European countries are not yet available. Entry Requirements: The Albanian government no longer requires visas of U.S. citizens. A passport is required. A 10 dollar airport fee must be paid to Albanian customs officials upon departure. Americans planning to travel to Albania can contact for specific entry/exit requirements the Embassy of the Republic of Albania at 1511 K Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20005, Tel: (202) 223-4942, or an Albanian mission abroad. Medical Facilities: Medical facilities are limited and medicine is in short supply. Doctors and hospitals often expect immediate cash payment for health services. U.S. medical insurance is not always valid outside the United States. Travelers have found that in some cases, supplemental medical insurance with specific overseas coverage, including medical evacuation, has proved to be useful. Further information on health matters can be obtained from the Centers for Disease Control's international travelers hotline at (404) 332-4559.

    56. Report On Epirus
    Great Powers. During this time, the Epiroteans suffered cruel persecutionsat the hand of the albanian government. The closing of
    The Kingdom of Epirus
    Prepared By the Government of Epirus in Exile
    This introductory report is intended to give only the basic information about Epirus, her people and the Government in Exile.
    In 1908 the pre-eminent Albanian nationalist, Ismael Kemal Bey, requested Greek troops to advance north to the town of Vlora. Greek Prime Minister Theotokis complied with the request and the boarder, set by this action, was later ratified by the Ambassadorial Conference and the International Control Committee.
    In 1912, 482 years of Ottoman rule came to an end in the region and Epirotean forces liberated most of what would later be termed North Epirus. The Epirotean boarder was set as a line north of the towns of Himara, Tepeleni and Pogrodets.
    In 1913, the Protocol of Florence ceded, to Albania, all of Epirus north of the districts of Delvine and Konitsa. This unjust action of the "Great Powers" which was justified as providing the Albanian state with "..adequate territorial dominion..." was the source of all future upheavals in the region. Epiroteans reacted violently to the situation. Almost entirely Eastern Orthodox Christians, Epiroteans feared leaving one oppressive Moslem government (the Ottoman Empire), for another (Albania).

    57. U.S. Department Of State - The Balkans
    910 A two-day roundtable between local and international organizations and representativesof the albanian government was held in Tirana on January 9-10 to
    Europe-Eurasia The Balkans
    10 January 2003
    Roundtable Addresses Roma Issues and Policy-Making in Albania
    OSCE release on conference held in Tirana, Jan. 9-10
    A two-day roundtable between local and international organizations and representatives of the Albanian government was held in Tirana on January 9-10 to discuss current issues facing Roma communities in Albania such as education and protection of children's rights in a multi-cultural society and policy-making for improving the situation.
    The roundtable, the first of its kind on Roma issues in Albania, was organized by the OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR), the Council of Europe and the European Commission within the framework "Roma and the Stability Pact for the Southeastern Europe."
    "The involvement of so many national and international agencies is an indication of how important we regard these issues to be," said Alex Finnen, Deputy Head of the OSCE Presence in Albania. "This roundtable is a good example of inter-agency co-operation with the Government of Albania and we thank the government for its involvement, interest and assistance."
    The following is the text of the OSCE Press Release:
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    Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe
    Presence in Albania
    10 January 2003
    OSCE SUPPORTS FIRST ROMA ROUNDTABLE IN ALBANIA TIRANA, 10 January 2003 - In the first roundtable held in Albania on Roma issues, local and international organizations sat down together with representatives of the Albanian government to discuss policy-making on Roma in the country.

    58. IFEX Alert
    Watch said today. The European Union should make press freedom a keypart of its association talks with the albanian government.

    59. Albania Histori
    bicameral parliament. February. albanian government moves to Tirana,which becomes the capital. September. Albania forces Italy
    1225 B.C. Fourth Century B.C. 358 B.C. 312 B.C. ... 395 A.D.
    1225 B.C.
    Earliest known Illyrian king, Hyllus, dies.
    Fourth Century B.C.
    King Bardhylus unites Illyria, Molossia (Epirus) and part of Macedonia. The Illyrian kingdom reaches its peak.
    358 B.C.
    Illyrians are defeated by Philip II of Macedonia.
    312 B.C.
    King Glauk of Illyria expels Greeks from Durrës.
    232 B.C.
    King Agron dies, the Illyrian throne is occupied by Queen Teuta.
    165 B.C
    Romans capture King Gent of Illyria and send him to Rome. Illyria is now under Roman control.
    First Century A.D.
    Christianity comes to Illyrian populated areas.
    9 A.D.
    Emperor Tiberius of Rome subjugates the Illyrians and divides present day Albania between Dalmatia, Epirus, and Macedonia.
    395 A.D.
    Division of Roman Empire leaves lands presently inhabited by Albanians under the administration of the Eastern Empire. Fourth Century - Seventh Century Goths, Huns, Avars, Serbs, Croats, and Bulgars successively invade Illyrian lands. Eighth Century Slav tribes settle into the territories of present-day Slovenia, Bosnia, Croatia, Montenegro and Serbia, and assimilate the Illyrian populations of these regions. The Illyrians in the south avert assimilation.
    Illyrians are subordinated to the patriarchate of Constantinople by the Byzantine Emperor, Leo the Isaurian.

    60. USAID Transition Initiatives: Albania Report
    According to the albanian government, an agreement between Albania and Montenegroallows Albanian and Montenegrin citizens to travel to both countries without
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    USAID home OTI Country Programs Albania Consult past Albania reports July 2000 June 2000 May 5 - 19, 2000
    For a text list of country reports, return to Albania main page
    United States Agency for International Development
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    Office of Transition Initiatives: The Albania Transition Initiative
    Tirana, Albania (355-42) 27-016, (355-38) 202-9841
    FIELD REPORT: Albania
    July 2000
    Program Description
    Initiated during the Kosovo crisis in May 1999, OTI's Albanian Transition Initiative (ATI) attempts to strengthen local governments and communities as a first step toward rebuilding a vibrant civil society. The project has the following objectives:
    • To demonstrate the power and possibility of local civic action in Albania through concrete community projects;
    • To instill principles of accountability in democratically elected local governments, particularly as they approach local elections scheduled for late September and early October; and

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