Cooperation and Development Institute presented today the findings of the report “Albania’s Progress in the Connectivity Agenda: Transport and Energy Sectors”. The report covers the period from August 2015 to June 2016, by providing a general overview of the achievements and challenges of the Albanian Government in the implementation of the Connectivity Agenda in the framework of the Berlin Process. This report is part of the Berlin Process Series initiated by ShtetiWeb / Cooperation and Development Institute, and aiming at strengthening the WB civil society role in the policy-making.
Presentations and discussions at the round table were held by Mrs. Milva Ekonomi, Minister of Economic Development, Tourism, Commerce and Entrepreneurship; Mr. Edmond Haxhinasto, Minister of Transport and Infrastructure; Mrs. Majlinda Bregu, Head of Parliamentary Commission on European Integration and National Council on European Integration; Mr. Hans-Joachim Falenski, Adviser of the CDU/CSU parliamentary group in the German Parliament. This round table was supported by Konrad Adenauer Foundation in Albania and was introdiced by its Director, Mr. Walter Glos and the Deputy Ambassador of the German Republic in Albania, Mrs. Anke Holstein.