Kurti meets the heads of the Albanian state: Kosovo, determined to implement the European Plan

13:16 26/03/2023 The Prime Minister of Kosovo, Albin Kurti, is in Tirana where he has met all the Albanian heads of state. Kurti met with Prime Minister Rama at government villa 30. They had a working lunch, which lasted two hours, and after the end there was no press statement. The Prime Minister of Kosovo … Read more

The attack on Berisha, how the state of the chief democrat and the situation in the PD are presented

16:56 07/12/2022 Journalist Jolldiz Mitro has reported from the headquarters of the Democratic Party about the situation there after the attack on its leader, Sali Berisha. Mitro said that the situation there is calm, while today, Berisha has not been seen going up to his office. Likewise, sources for the journalist have confirmed that Berisha’s … Read more

Meta: On the 6th in front of the person responsible for the capture of the state

12:21 30/11/2022 The chairman of the Freedom Party, Ilir Meta, spoke to the media after having a meeting with the head of the Democratic Party, Sali Berisha at the blue headquarters. Meta said that on the 6th the people will “face the responsibility for the capture of the state and for undermining the entire European … Read more

Floods/Rama: The declaration of a state of emergency is unrelated to the current situation

11:58 24/11/2022 Today, the opposition requested an interview with the Prime Minister of the country, Edi Rama. It was MP Ferdinand Xhaferri who, on behalf of the opposition, addressed some questions to Prime Minister Rama regarding the situation of floods caused in recent days mainly in Shkodër, Lezhë and Durrës. Ferdinand Xhaferri: The rains of … Read more

Sali Berisha message to the State Police: Do not revolt the protesters

12:59 11/11/2022 Sali Berisha stated in a conference with the media that the opposition people will use all methods of civil disobedience and will announce their motto tomorrow at the protest. He says he can never agree with the disintegration of the Albanian nation from the confiscation of the freedoms of the Albanians by a … Read more

Manja visits Koridhalos prison: Albanians in Greek prisons will not be left without support from the Albanian state

19:10 07/11/2022 The Minister of Justice, Ulsi Manja, visited the Koridhalos prison in Greece. This is the first time that an Albanian Minister of Justice visits Albanian prisoners in Greece. Also, it is reported that the visit was requested by Manja herself. It is learned that the minister has expressed that the Albanians in the … Read more

Alibeaj: I have no difficulty in saying that we managed to open the files of the State Security

12:01 25/10/2022 “A restabilization of ideological values ​​in politics is also necessary“ The socialists and democrats who supported Enkelejd Alibeaj, voted with 94 votes in favor of not recognizing the certificates of purity of the Bezhani and Mezini commissions for former employees of the State Security. Enkelejd Alibeaj, together with PD MPs, today held a … Read more

Prince Philip dead: Duke of Edinburgh won’t have state funeral as he didn’t want ‘the fuss’

Duke of Edinburgh will have a royal ceremonial funeral in Windsor with a military procession after insisting he didn’t want the ‘fuss’ of lying in state Prince Philip will not lie in state and there will be no state funeral after his death Service will take place at St George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle at … Read more

Prince Philip dead: Duke of Edinburgh not to have a state funeral but a royal ceremonial funeral

The Duke of Edinburgh is expected to have a royal ceremonial funeral and Union Jack flags will fly at half-mast around Britain following his death today aged 99. Prince Philip will not lie in state and there will be no state funeral because he had insisted that he did not want the ‘fuss’.  Instead a … Read more

Women on £1 a week ‘graduated’ state pensions could be owed tens of thousands

‘Unclaimed winning lottery tickets’: Steve Webb has helped three more women get huge state pension payouts from the Government Around 5,000 women on tiny state pensions of £1 a week could be due backpayments worth tens of thousands of pounds, former Pensions Minister Steve Webb has revealed. This small group of women might be ‘sitting … Read more