Greek-Italian Agreement may benefit the delimitation of maritime boundaries with Albania – By Bledar Feta
Bledar Feta, Junior Research Fellow at ELIAMEP’s South East Europe Programme, is one of the contributors to the third edition of “Tirana Observatory”, where distinguished analysts and scientists discuss foreign policy issues. In his article, Bledar Feta argues that the Greek-Italian agreement is a good place to start, but it is not the “magic wand” that will resolve all issues with Albania. There are no ready-made solutions, nor is there a one-size-fits-all approach. But sooner than later, Greece and Albania will need to set in place a more effective policy addressing all specifics that characterize the maritime area between them, in an effort to reach an equitable way to delimit their maritime zones in the Ionian Sea.
You may find the article in English here.