ALBANIAN Prime Minister Edi Rama said that it was a historic day in Brussels, but in a negative sense, but that he was not surprised, because he did not expect that his country would gain anything at the EU-Western Balkans meeting.
– I am not frustrated, I am sorry for the EU. When we see that he is not able to release two hostages of Bulgaria, it is not a good impression – Rama said at a joint press conference with the President of Serbia Aleksandar Vučić and Northern Macedonia Dimitar Kovačevski after the summit in Brussels, when asked if he was disappointed shift and why he regrets.
– Of course, they had the most wonderful words for us, and to be honest, they said that they feel bad that nothing concrete can be done. But none of them said that they feel bad because of the EU itself, and not because of us – Rama pointed out.
He also assessed that the EU has a bigger problem than Albania, because they have a greater responsibility.
– I think we will certainly arrive in Europe, I hope before the next century, but no later than the next century – Rama remarked ironically.
He also announced that Albania will continue to do its job and continue with reforms, because it wants to be a country where people will feel good and have a standard like the EU.
– I did not expect anything other than what I received, there were no surprises – said Rama.
He added that he hoped that there would be no opposition in Croatia when it comes to Serbia’s integration, in the way that Bulgaria blocked Albania.
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