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Albania Asks For A Limited OSCE Mandate
Albanian Foreign Minister, Lulzim Basha
TIRANA, Aug. 5 – Albania request a limited mandate for the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe - the judicial and the electoral reform, within a clearly defined time frame.

After thanks for “for its work and assistance in the domestic democratic developments”, Albanian Foreign Minister Lulzim Basha has sent a letter to the Finnish Foreign Minister Alexander Stubb, OSCE’s chairman-in-office, confirming that Tirana was asking for a reconsideration of its mandate.

“I would like to bring to Your attention the request by Albania, already expressed at OSCE in Vienna, on the modification of the Mandate of the OSCE Presence in the country,” said Basha’s letter.
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