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Support to the process of re-evaluation of Judges and Prosecutors in Albania
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THIS IS A RE-ADVERTISEMENT - CANDIDATES WHO HAVE ALREADY APPLIED IN THE FIRST ROUND AND WERE NOT INVITED FOR INTERVIEW OR NOT SELECTED AFTER THE INTERVIEW SHOULD NOT APPLY AGAIN AS THE QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS HAVE NOT ALTERED

The EU-funded Project “Countering Serious Crime in the Western Balkans” (IPA/2017/390-963) seeks a - full-time Project Assistant for the Project office based in Tirana.

 

Duration of the contract

February 2018 – December 2019

 

Place of Employment

Tirana – Albania.

 

Meeting informally in Sofia, EU foreign ministers discussed the newly proposed Strategy for the Western Balkans for the first time, the ways of strengthening the EU perspective of the region and preparations of the EU – Western Balkans Summit in Sofia. The European Union and the Western Balkans have a common interest in working more strongly together, to guarantee both the citizens of the EU and the region the economic and social development as well as security.

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Honourable members of the European Parliament and the Albanian Parliament, it is my pleasure and honour to address you on behalf of the Vice President of the European Commission and High Representative for Foreign and Security Policy Ms Federica Mogherini.

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Today, Commissioner for Migration, Home Affairs and Citizenship Dimitris Avramopoulos and Fatmir Xhafaj, Minister of Interior of the Republic of Albania, initialled the draft status agreement for operational cooperation between the European Border and Coast Guard Agency and Albania. Once in force, the agreement will allow the Agency to provide assistance in the field of external border management and will enable European Border and Coast Guard Agency teams to be swiftly deployed on Albanian territory in case of a sudden shift in migratory flows.

All six partner countries of the Western Balkans - Albania, Bosnia Herzegovina, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Montenegro, Kosovo and Serbia - have a clear path to finally join the European Union, EU High Representative Mogherini said today announcing the new Strategy for 'A credible enlargement perspective for and enhanced EU engagement with the Western Balkans' adopted by the European Commission. Sustained efforts and reforms are still needed, but it is clear that integration is in the interest of the people of the EU and Western Balkans.

Remarks of the Head of EU Delegation to Albania Ambassador Romana Vlahutin following the adoption by the European Commission of the new strategy for the Western Balkans

I do not have much to add to what you have heard from the High Representative Mogherini and Commissioner Hahn, I am ready to answer to more Albania specific questions, but before that let me recapitulate the main messages:

The EU funded project "Young Civil Servants Scholarship Scheme" announces the successful candidates of the training programme to take place in École Nationale d'Administration (ENA) from the 12th of February until the 30th of June, 2018. For more information, click the link below:

http://ycsalbania.eu/announcement-of-successful-candidates/ 

The 9th Subcommittee meeting on Trade, Industry, Customs and Taxation between the EU and Albania took place on 18 January in Brussels.

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