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Written by SOT.COM.AL 25 Mars 2023
Prime Minister Edi Rama gave an interview yesterday in the "Sky Neës Breakfast" studio, during his visit to London. Asked about the talks he held with Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, he said that he had a very constructive meeting with his British counterpart to build very strong relations. "Of course, Albanian-British relations are of great strategic importance and they touched the most low in history since we came out of communism, because of that rhetoric that has put the entire Albanian community in Britain under a lot of pressure. Yes, on the other hand, while I made my stance on rhetoric very clear, our relationship is not at all about that, but about much more. We had a very constructive meeting with the Prime Minister and I must say that, both in terms of what has been important for him, to attack criminal networks, and in terms of what is important for both sides to build very strong relations, we have made significant progress", he declared. . Meanwhile, when asked about the language of Suella Braverman, Secretary of Internal Affairs, Prime Minister Edi Rama emphasized that he hopes that it will not be repeated again and that the Albanian community will be truly honored for what it is. "Listen, I again think that I have made my position very clear and I do not want to repeat it time and time again, because it would not be fair in relation to the much broader picture and the much deeper relations between Albania and Britain and, also, it would not be fair to insist on this, while there are very significant signals of remorse and a sense of embarrassment, which suffice at this point. I really hope that this will not happen again and that the Albanian community here will be truly honored for what it is, because it is one thing to put the spotlight on boats, criminals and everything disturbing, but on the other hand it should never be forgotten that the Albanians have succeeded brilliantly and contribute to Britain being a better country", highlighted Prime Minister Edi Rama.