Bilateral disputes between Albania and Greece threaten regional security
Historic enmity between Albanians and Greeks and a number of major bilateral issues have fractured diplomatic relations between the two Nato neighbours which are still technically at war. The disputes could lead to Greece using its veto in the European Union to block Albania’s negotiations to join. They also threaten regional geopolitics.
<i>Two Nato neighbours - Albania and Greece - are still technically at war with each other, Albania’s Prime Minister Edi Rama told the Nato Summit in Wales in September 2014. He said the absurdity of this formal state of war was another wake-up call to the existing bilateral relationship between the neighbouring countries. These are hampered by...
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