The Albanian Prime Minister, Edi Rama, is attending an official visit in Ukraine as Albania has taken the leadership of the OSCE.
During his speech in a press release, Rama said that choosing Ukraine for his first visit was not unintentional.
“I want to express my gratitude for the warm hospitality and thank you for the productive discussions.
“I am looking forward to the meeting with the President and Prime Minister. It was not by chance that my first visit was in Ukraine.
It reflects the great importance that this crisis has for us.
“This is the most pressing challenge to security and stability in Europe today. Rama said
“We will encourage the implementation of the minsk agreement. The lives of the people in conflicted areas are the most important thing, and we are going to work had in this direction.
“Guaranteeing a ceasefire is vital to the people there. This conflict keeps producing civilian casualties, and it has to stop. Our goal is to guarantee comprehensive and sustainable ceasefire ”, Rama added.