Berisha denies his daughter has illegal money

TIRANA, Sept. 2 – Albanian Prime Minister Sali Berisha said Saturday in a news conference that his daughter head earned her money legally together with her spouse working for the United Nations in Kosova, including a loan from a bank.

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Islami, Biberaj to monitor Montenegrin elections

TIRANA, Sept. 6 – The Council of Europe Parliamentary Assembly (PACE) has chosen Albanian Socialist, MP Kastriot Islami and Democratic one Aleksander Biberaj to be part of a nine-member delegation, headed by Jean-Charles Gardetto (Monaco, EPP/CD), to observe the parliamentary

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Five Kosovars arrested after trying to illegally cross the border

DURRES, Sept. 4 – Police arrested Monday four Kosovars who tried to go aboard a ferry bound for Italy with fake documents. They presented fake Yugoslav and Swiss documents where they had put their pictures. Two were arrested Monday and

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Berisha visits Turkey

TIRANA, Sept. 5 – Albanian Prime Minister Sali Berisha started Tuesday a two-day visit to Turkey in an effort to boost political and economic ties. During his visit to Ankara and Istanbul, Berisha met with Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan,

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Marshall center to hold conference with Adriatic Charter countries

TIRANA, Sept. 6 – The Marshall Center will hold two conferences with the Adriatic Charter nations Albania, Croatia and Macedonia in Tirana, Albania Sept. 19 – 22. The first conference will address corruption, organized crime, and illicit trafficking, while the

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Police arrests suspects of money theft belonging to fuel station Braka owner

TIRANA, Sept. 4 – Police said Monday they had arrested two suspects who have allegedly stolen the money under the threat of arms from the car belonging to Braka fuel station owner a week ago. The two suspects were Tirana

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Albanians are great smokers

TIRANA, Sept. 5 – Albanians remain among the highest cigarette smokers in the world and smoking has increased especially among women in the country, according to the data from the Institute of Public Health. Four out of ten Albanians smoke.

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OSCE to help Albania’s environment protection

TIRANA, Aug. 22 – Albanian Environment Ministry and the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe signed a memorandum of understanding on the environmental information and the application of the Aarhus Convention in Albania. The agreement was signed by minister

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U.N. top official awarded medal from Moisiu

TIRANA, Aug. 29 – Albanian President Alfred Moisiu awarded the medal for special civil merits to the United Nation Liaison Officer Waheed Waheedullah for his contribution to Albania and also neighboring Kosova. Waheedullah has been the liaison officer and special

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Albania could be offered NATO membership in 2008, says Sen. Lugar

TIRANA, Aug. 25 – The United States Sen. Richard Lugar said Friday Albania could be invited to join NATO in 2008. The offer was likely to come during the 2008 summit, while the summit this year in Riga would focus

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                    [post_content] => TIRANA, Sept. 2 - Albanian Prime Minister Sali Berisha said Saturday in a news conference that his daughter head earned her money legally together with her spouse working for the United Nations in Kosova, including a loan from a bank. Berisha also declined that any member of his close family was shareholder at any flight company as said from the opposition. Berisha also added that his daughter was the only one from all the top politicians in the country who has been transparent and made the property declaration.
The opposition had accused that Berisha's daughter Argita, had illegally earned because of her father some 800,000 euros, some seven apartments and a legal studio. They have said that they will ask for the creation of a parliamentary committee to investigate their allegations.
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                    [post_content] => TIRANA, Sept. 6 - The Council of Europe Parliamentary Assembly (PACE) has chosen Albanian Socialist, MP Kastriot Islami and Democratic one Aleksander Biberaj to be part of a nine-member delegation, headed by Jean-Charles Gardetto (Monaco, EPP/CD), to observe the parliamentary elections in the Republic of Montenegro on Sunday 10 September 2006. The delegation, which will be in the country from 7 to 12 September, will assess whether the elections in Montenegro meet international - and in particular Council of Europe - standards for democratic elections. Montenegro requested to join the Council of Europe on 6 June 2006. A member of the Council's Venice Commission, whose work includes making recommendations on electoral laws, will also be present. 
Members are due to meet electoral officials and representatives of political parties contesting the elections, as well as journalists and domestic observers, before observing polling on the day of the vote.
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                    [post_content] => DURRES, Sept. 4 - Police arrested Monday four Kosovars who tried to go aboard a ferry bound for Italy with fake documents. They presented fake Yugoslav and Swiss documents where they had put their pictures. Two were arrested Monday and three others Sunday evening.  In Vlora police stopped Saturday another Kosovar who tried to go to Italy with false documents.
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                    [post_content] => TIRANA, Sept. 5 - Albanian Prime Minister Sali Berisha started Tuesday a two-day visit to Turkey in an effort to boost political and economic ties. During his visit to Ankara and Istanbul, Berisha met with Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, other top officials as well as with Turkish businessmen. Turkey is one of Albania's main economic partners and a supporter to the tiny Balkan country's efforts to establish closer ties with NATO. There is a $150 million annual commercial exchange between the two countries. Both countries consider their relations as 'excellent.' Both countries have also same stands of Kosova's independent future.
In a surprise statement after meeting Erdogan Berisha said they had agreed with Calik group, that has won the tender to buy Albtelecom but which was canceled by parliament last year, to renegotiate the terms of the sale contract. It is not clear if that means that the contract was not canceled. It was not clear whether renegotiating included the price of the sale, or other items. "Negotiations are issues of Calik company and Telecom. I am aware of the joint will to consider and resolve such issues," said Berisha.
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                    [post_content] => TIRANA, Sept. 6 - The Marshall Center will hold two conferences with the Adriatic Charter nations Albania, Croatia and Macedonia in Tirana, Albania Sept. 19 - 22. The first conference will address corruption, organized crime, and illicit trafficking, while the second will address Euro-Atlantic Integration. The Marshall Center will conduct back-to-back conferences with the Adriatic Charter nations of Albania, Croatia and Macedonia in Tirana, Albania Sept. 19 - 22.
Countering Corruption, Organized Crime, and Illicit Trafficking will be the topic of the first conference, which will be co-sponsored by Albanian Ministries of Defense and Interior. The Sept. 19-21 event will involve more than 40 senior representatives who will work toward four goals during the conference:
ՠ  evaluating the current situation in South Eastern Europe with regard to corruption, organized crime and illicit trafficking;
ՠ  identifying the linkage between corruption, organized crime, illicit trafficking and border security;
ՠ  identifying the necessary actions to meet the obligations of the Adriatic Charter and possible steps toward the harmonization of regulations and international protocols; and
ՠ  identifying the linkage between corruption, organized crime and illicit trafficking; the corresponding contributions to terrorist activities; and the steps necessary to counter that ideological support for terrorism.
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The goal of the Sept. 21-22 conference is to promote regional and inter-ministerial cooperation supporting Euro-Atlantic integration through an alumni network of security professionals. More than 40 representatives from the Charter nations will work toward three goals:
ՠ  discussing the results of the Adriatic Charter Conference and preparing for the next "Western Balkans Euro-Atlantic Integration Perspectives" Conference;
ՠ  discussing lessons learned by new NATO and EU members; and 
ՠ  developing proposals for the way ahead.
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                    [post_content] => TIRANA, Sept. 4 - Police said Monday they had arrested two suspects who have allegedly stolen the money under the threat of arms from the car belonging to Braka fuel station owner a week ago. The two suspects were Tirana residents. They are accused of stealing some 17 million leks Aug. 27 at the Kavaja street about 100 meters from a police station downtown the capital.
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                    [post_content] => TIRANA, Sept. 5 - Albanians remain among the highest cigarette smokers in the world and smoking has increased especially among women in the country, according to the data from the Institute of Public Health. Four out of ten Albanians smoke. The country has some 870,000 smokers that consumer some 6,000 tons of cigarettes per year, or some $320 million. Smoking has increased, according to IPH studies, especially among women and younger age groups. It says that 81 percent start smoking before 18 years old. The ministry of Health is working with different ways in an effort to reduce smoking. The parliament may soon pass a law prohibiting smoking in public places and heavily punishing those owners of coffee bars, say, that allow smoking, other than in a corner. Albania ratified in February this year the convention against smoking, like 126 other countries. Smoking causes more than 25 illnesses among some 1.3 billion smokers worldwide.
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                    [post_content] => TIRANA, Aug. 22 - Albanian Environment Ministry and the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe signed a memorandum of understanding on the environmental information and the application of the Aarhus Convention in Albania. The agreement was signed by minister Lufter Xhuveli and OSCE's head Pavel Vacek. The deal will be for the next two years during which the OSCE experts will offer their technical and logistic experience to Albania on creating capacities. 
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                    [post_content] => TIRANA, Aug. 29 - Albanian President Alfred Moisiu awarded the medal for special civil merits to the United Nation Liaison Officer Waheed Waheedullah for his contribution to Albania and also neighboring Kosova.
Waheedullah has been the liaison officer and special representative for U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan covering not only Albania but also Kosova.
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                    [post_content] => TIRANA, Aug. 25 - The United States Sen. Richard Lugar said Friday Albania could be invited to join NATO in 2008. The offer was likely to come during the 2008 summit, while the summit this year in Riga would focus on transforming NATO to confront new challenges like terrorism, unstable states and weapons proliferation. "The 2006 Riga Summit will be focused on transforming NATO to confront new challenges. Those challenges will include terrorism, unstable states and weapons proliferation.  At the 2008 summit, it is our hope that the Alliance will consider new countries and we are hopeful that Albania will be among those that will be extended an invitation. The two processes of transformation, of NATO, and enlargement are complimentary," Lugar said in a statement issued at the end of his visit to Albania, during which he met with all country's top officials. "The United States strongly supports Albania's aspirations to meet the standards required for membership. We want to work with Albania for success," said Lugar. 
Together with Croatia and Macedonia, Albania has signed the Adriatic 3 Charter, a U.S.-backed initiative outlining a common military strategy and promoting regional cooperation. Albania has deployed small military units to Iraq, Afghanistan and Bosnia and its army is under reform to meet NATO standards. "I welcome the high priority that the Albanian government and more importantly the Albanian people place on NATO integration. I noticed once again very strong public support for meeting the accession requirements for NATO," said Lugar. "Albanian forces have contributed to our common goals of counterterrorism and regional stability. Furthermore I understand that Albania is working toward having a NATO-deployable unit, the Rapid Reaction Brigade.  That is an especially good idea for having a special niche function, which would benefit NATO."
Lugar also commended Albania's moderate role in the region. "We commend Albania's constructive role and moderate voice in this region. We especially appreciate the support of efforts of the international community in Kosova and in rejecting extremism." 
But the senator also reminded Albania that "NATO is not just a military organization," hinting that political developments are of importance in the country's efforts toward NATO integration. "The North Atlantic Council is also a forum for Euro-Atlantic community discussion of political and security needsŠWe are encouraged by the successful fight against corruption and [the efforts] for more jobs and more wealth for the Albanian people."
Two years ago the U.S. gave Albania US$20 million from the so-called Nunn-Lugar program _ also known as the U.S. Cooperative Threat Reduction Program _ which is aimed at the dismantling of weapons of mass destruction. "Let me simply say that we also appreciate the remarkable success in combating weapons of mass destruction." The tiny Balkan country is member of the Organization for the Prohibition of the Chemical Weapons and has agreed to complete the destruction of its chemical agents by 2007.
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