National day of the Republic of Serbia celebrated in Tirana


On February 18, at the Tirana International hotel, the Embassy of the Republic of Serbia in Tirana organized a reception on the occasion of the national day of the Republic of Serbia. On this occasion high representatives from different spheres of political, economic and social life of the country, representatives of diplomatic corps and others were invited. Representatives of the Serbian minority associations were also invited to this important event. Present to this event before their organizations were: the president of Serbian-Montengrin national minority association “ Moraca-Rozafa”, Pavlo Jakoja , the president of orthodox association “ Saint Jovan Vladimir”, Zoran Ajkoja, and the president of association of Serbs “ Jedinstvo”, Eqerem Duleviq with his compatriots. Present in this ceremony was the president of the newly established minority organization “ Skadarlija” based in Tirana, Salko Ferezaj- Brajoviq.
The ceremony began with the intonation of the hymns of the two states and then, the Ambassador of Serbia in Tirana, Mr. Miroljub Zaric addressed the present. In his speech, his excellence thanked all the participants for attending this event and expressed his hopes for the establishment of amicable and close relationships between the two countries. His word was applauded by those present. The ceremony lasted about 2 hours in a friendly atmosphere where free conversations took place among the many participants.

Greeting on the Statehood day of the Republic of Serbia


On the occasion of the Statehood Day of the Republic of Serbia, the Orthodox Association “St. Jovan Vladimir”, the Association of Serbian-Montenegrin Minority “Moraca-Rozafa” and the association Skadarlija congratulate their fellow citizens and the state leadership of Republic Serbia this holiday.

At the same time, we want to send the warmest wishes for a prosperous and progressive Serbia of all citizens living in and out of the country, to be home of all our people wherever they are, taking care of all of its citizens and interests. Our desires also go towards finding solutions essential for its development and progress towards European integration.

Assembly of the Serbia-Albania Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Tirana


In Tirana, on November 23, 2017, took place the first assembly of the joint Serbia-Albania Chamber of Commerce  which, besides numerous entrepreneurs was attended also by representatives of relevant ministries from both countries. Read more →

Commemoration to fallen soldiers of the Serbian Army in Tirana during First World War


Representatives of the three minority associations, Moraca-Rozafa, St. Jovan Vladimir and Jedinstvo laid wreaths to the occasion of the Armistice Day of the First World War, on Saturday, November 11, at the memorial of the fallen fighters of the Serbian Army in Tirana. Read more →

Albanian Parliament adopts the law “On national minorities”


The Parliament of the Republic of Albania adopted on Friday, October 13, 2017 with 102 votes in favor, 10 against and 1 abstention the Law “On the Protection of National Minorities in the Republic of Albania”. The law received the support of the parliamentary majority and opposition, confirming the advancing of rights and freedoms of national minorities through the necessary legal arrangements in this area. Read more →

Meeting with the Minister of Culture and Information of the Republic of Serbia in Tirana

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Representatives of Serbian national minority in Albania, g Pavlo Jakoja Brajovic, the President of the Association of Serbian-Montenegrin national minority ‘Moraca-Rozafa “, g Simo Ajkoviq, the President of the Orthodox Association “Sveti Jovan Vladimir” and Eqerem Duleviq,the President of the Association of Serbs of Albania “Unity” met on February 23, 2017 at the premises of Embassy of the Republic of Serbia in Tirana with the Minister of Culture and Information of the Government of the Republic of Serbia Vladan Vukosavljevic and his advisers . Read more →

Draft Law on National Minorities to be consulted with minorities organizations

Mallet, legal code and scales of justice. Law concept, studio shots

Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Albania in the framework of the Inter-Institutional Group on National Minorities issued the initial version of the draft Law on National Minorities in the Republic of Albania and called up on national minorities organizations to submit their opinions. December 28 is the date set as deadline for giving opinions and suggestions Read more →

Conference “Improving the legal framework and policies on national minorities”


In Tirana, on October 26, 2016 at the premises of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Albania was held the conference on “Improving the legal framework and policies on minorities: Draft Law on Protection of National Minorities in the Republic of Albania” in which representatives of all national minorities in the Republic of Albania took part, including representatives our national minority in Albania, mr. Pavlo Brajovic, President of the Association of Serbian-Montenegrin national minority ‘Moraca-Rozafa “, president of the Orthodox Association” Sveti Jovan Vladimir “, mr. Simo Ajkovic as well as mr. Eqerem Duleviq, president of association of Serbs in Albania “ Jedinstvo”.
This conference served as a platform for consultation with civil society and representatives of national minorities for the construction of an efficient legal framework on minorities which will be harmonized with European standards.
The welcome speech was addressed by the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Albania, Ms. Odeta Barbullushi who pointed out that protection of national minorities is one of five priorities for the negotiations process to join European Union and Albania will do everything so all of its citizens enjoy the same rights under the law , therefore the adoption of a legal framework is needed so that all national minorities Albania acquire all rights regarding the preservation of national identity, language, culture, in accordance with international standards through a specific law on minorities.
During the conference were presented and obligations arising from the membership of Albania in the international institutions and on its path to European integration process while best practices in the field of regional countries and beyond were object of discussion of this event. This conference addressed and identified instruments for intervention in legislation in this area.
During the conference, representatives of national minorities expressed their views and suggestions on the content of the draft of the future law on national minorities, which is expected to be submitted for approval to the Assembly of Albania early next year.
This conference was attended by representatives of the European Union Delegation in Tirana, Council of Europe, OSCE and diplomatic corps of kin states accredited in the Republic of Albania, Ambassador of Republic of Serbia in Tirana , Mr. Miroljub Zaric and representatives from Greek, Macedonian and Montenegro embassies in Tirana.
Representatives of European institutions on rights of national minorities requested from Albanian state adoption of law on right of national minorities as soon as possible which is a necessary tool for further implementation of Council of Europe Convention on National Minorities and stated the process of adoption of the aforementioned law in Albania is due comparing to other states in the region .

Calls of ethnic hatred in Kosovo-Croatia match

Kosovo and Croatia's fans draped in national flags sing together ahead of the World Cup Group I qualifying match between Kosovo and Croatia in main square in Shkoder, Albania on Thursday Oct. 6, 2016. (AP Photo/Visar Kryeziu)

Prior to the start of and during football match for Kosovo-Croatian for qualifications to the World Cup, which was held in Shkodra, a group of affiliated supporters Croatian and Kosovo chanted ethnic hatred towards the Serbian people and Serbia. They called for hanging and other forms of murder for Serbs, causing feelings of uncertainty for people of Serb origin living in Shkodra while in the same time they violated hospitality offered by Shkodra people by giving them right to play their match in their stadium. Read more →

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