Inauguration of New Orthodox Cathedral in Albania

October 26, the feast day of St. Demetrius, was chosen for the inauguration of Berat's new Cathedral in south-central Albania. The opening ceremony of...

Greeks Invest in Albania

According to the Greek Embassy in Tirana, Greece ranked first in Foreign Direct Investment stock. According to statistics acquired from the Central Bank of Albania,...

Byzantine and Post – Byzantine manuscripts in Albania

An exhibition of manuscripts on parchment and paper from the collection of the Albanian State's Central Archive is organized in Tirana by the Hellenic...

How Many Members in Albania’s Greek Minority?

 Vasil Bollano is the chairman of “Omonoia,” an association which represents the rights of Albania’s Greek minority. In a press conference that took place...

Albania: Omonoia Seeking Union of Himara and Loukovo

The Democratic Union of the Greek minority, "Omonoia" has expressed with an official announcement, its opposition to the proposed administrative division in the region...

More Greek Students Enroll in Albanian Schools

Sept. 11 was the first day of the 2012-2013 school year not only for Greece but also for Albania where students of Greek descent...

Albanian Newspapers Claim Goumas’ Death an “Accident”

According to Albanian newspapers, the Public Prosecutor’s office found that expatriate, Aristotelis Goumas, was not murdered. On the contrary, he died because of a...

Six Deputies of Greek Descent in Albanian Parliament

A total of six deputies of Greek descent are participating in the new Parliament of Albania. They all belong to different political parties, which...

Second Arrest Warrant Against Greek Fugitive Naum Disho

The case of activist Naum Disho has become the centre of attention once again. Greek national Disho has been proclaimed a fugitive for the...

OMONOIA Measures the Size of Greek Minority in Albania

The Democratic Union of the Greek Minority (DEEM) - Omonoia, a social, political and cultural organization in Albania that promotes minority rights for the...