Edi Rama defends the agreement between Italy and Albania on immigrants
Before him, a standing ovation for the Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama. «The Constitutional Court of Albania has fulfilled its duty, because according to the Constitution it is automatic to suspend an agreement to take it into consideration before its ratification by Parliament. It is proof that I do not control the courts in Albania.” These are the words of the Albanian Prime Minister, Edi Rama, among the guests at the Fratelli d’Italia event, Atreju. Commenting on the agreement on immigrants with Italy and the cessation pronounced by the Albanian Constitutional Court, Rama was “confident” because the agreement “has nothing unconstitutional.” March is the time limit, but I think the decision will be made much sooner because it is a very important agreement and both governments need to know whether they can move forward or not.”
Albanian Prime Minister: he would not accept any other request
Rama later clarified that he would not accept “other requests” for an agreement on migrants like the one signed with Italy “from other EU countries.” “We have received other requests” from “cousin countries”, but “we said no”, added the Albanian Prime Minister, “Italy is not a cousin country, it is a brother, a sister.” According to Rama, Italy, unlike other countries, “is not only looking for a place to transfer the problem” of immigrants “but is trying to expand the space to manage this path.”
The arrival of Prime Minister Meloni at the event
Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni was also listening to him in the audience. The arrival of the prime minister occurred shortly before the speech of the Albanian prime minister. FdI MP Augusta Montaruli, during her presentation, noted that the Prime Minister had sat in the audience among the volunteers of the event and had introduced her to the public, who stood up to applaud the President of the Council as he went up to the scene to greet. Meloni left the room together with Prime Minister Rama to go to the Chigi Palace, where he has some bilateral meetings planned. The Prime Minister is expected to return to the event in the afternoon when the English Prime Minister will take the stage. Rishi Sunak.
Abascal also in the public
There is also the president of Vox, Santiago abascal, along with Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni, who follows Elon Musk’s speech from the front row of the audience at the FdI Atreju event. The leader of Spain’s far-right party is seated to the left of Meloni, who on the other side is Albania’s Prime Minister Edi Rama. Abascal will be Atreju’s guest tomorrow at 10:45 am.
Sunak: Albania-Rwanda agreements to stop criminals
“Giorgia (Meloni) has signed an agreement with Albania and we have reached an agreement with Rwanda: we want to disrupt the business model of these criminal gangs. And if this requires us to update our laws and hold international talks to create a framework on political asylum, we must do it, because if we don’t manage this problem today, the boats will keep coming. We must ensure that deterrence works.” This was stated by British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak in Atreju. “If immigrants arrive illegally in Italy or England they will not be able to stay, it must be clear.”