Greek Foreign Minister Stavros Lambrinidis, speaking during the discussion on political developments in Albania, held on Monday in the framework of the European Union's Foreign Affairs Council in Luxembourg, proposed the holding in Tirana of a series of high political level visits to enable the suitable messages to be channeled effectively to Albania's political leadership, in the shadow of the political deadlock being shaped in this country.
The Greek Foreign minister intervened in the discussion and made his proposal with the criterion, as he said, of Greece's sincere interest in the progress of Albania's European course and its gradual adjustment to the European acquis communautaire.
He stressed that Greece is closely watching events in Albania and shared the concern on the trend taken by political developments following the municipal elections on June 5.