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Albania Press Review - December 6, 2012

Greece complains in NATO about Albania PM’s rhetoric, Report ranks Albania as the most corrupt country in Europe, US official says that the economic crisis is propping nationalist rhetoric in Albania.

Besar Likmeta
BIRN
Tirana

SHEKULLI
Greece complains about statements made by Prime Minister Sali Berisha last week that called the northern Greek town of Preveza as Albanian land during NATO meeting.

SHQIP
Albania is the most corrupt country in Europe according the lasted corruption perception index, published by the Berlin-based watchdog Transparency International.

PANORAMA
US State Department official Jonathan Moore, says in an interview that recent growth of nationalist rhetoric in Albania is due to the economic crisis.

Balkan Insight has not verified the facts of the original press reports and cannot vouch for their accuracy.

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