The potential cooperation on the improvement of energy efficiency and the promotion of the renewable energy sources was further discussed with Ms Entela Cipa, the Director of Agency of Energy Efficiency and Mr Adrian Bykyku, the Executive Director of the National Agency of Natural Resources. The outcomes of the meetings suggest that Albania is committed to achieve the country’s sustainable energy targets and to fulfil its international obligations on climate change mitigation.
The readiness of Albania to liaise with Energy Charter Member and Observer countries to further strengthen the reliable and predictable cooperation in the energy sector, was also unambiguously underlined by Mr Etjen Xhafa, the Deputy Minister of Europe and Foreign Affairs. During the meeting with Ms Alma Hicka the State Advocate General, the Secretary-General highlighted the importance of transparency, sharing experience between the Member countries and the creation of a clear framework for the prevention of the investment disputes. Both, the Albanian Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs and State Advocate Office emphasised the importance of cooperating with the Ministry of Infrastructure and Energy as well as other institutions to support the successful Chairmanship of Albania in the Energy Charter Conference in 2019.