Archive | June, 2013

The need to intesify economic relationship with Spain

Posted on 27 June 2013 from Administrator

Increasing trade exchange between Albania and Spain and the enlargement of economic relations between the two countries has been the topic of an event held in the Embassy of Spain in Tirana. Spanish ambassador in our country, Rafael Tormo Pérez said in his speech that as two countries with Mediterranean culture and kind of a good culinary tradition, Albania and Spain, the fourth economy of eurozone must go to the intensification of trade relations

“The reason of this meeting intend the tasting of typical Spanish products, with the ultimate aim to make known some of the gastronomic riches of our country. The final aim is the expansion of trade relations between Albania and Spain in the agro-food sector “Perez said.

The Spanish Ambassador Did not forget in his speech to refer to the post-election situation and ensure the support of Spain for aspiration of our country to integrate into the European union.

“First, i would like raises a toast to a future trade relation between the two countries. Secondly, in a post-election atmosphere, with clear and free election, albania will have the support and cooperation of Spain to follow its aspiration in the European family, “said Perez.Present at the event organized by the Spanish Embassy in Tirana has been the Honorary Consul of Mexico in Tirana Mr. Ylli Ndroqi, representatives of some of the most successful Spanish companies that operate in several countries in the world and Albanian businessmen. the participants at the end of the activity have been able to enjoy Spanish food and the champagne and wine of this country.

Honorary Consul invited to OSCE reception

Posted on 27 June 2013 from Administrator

Diplomatic meeting after elections in Albania

Posted on 23 June 2013 from Administrator

The need to intesify economic relationship with Spain

Posted on 22 June 2013 from Administrator

National Marines Day

Posted on 01 June 2013 from Administrator

diamarina June 1st, 1917 marks the initial event that resulted in the celebration of the Marines in Mexico.
Mexico’s history has shown the importance of being able to patrol and defend the country’s coastlines, in order to prevent invasions.

On this day for the first time, a 100% Mexican merchant ship sailed into the port of Veracruz. The Tabasco had an entirely Mexican-by-birth crew, and was under the command of High Sea Captain Rafael Izaguirre Castañares.

During World War II, two important events occurred. On the 13th and 20th of May, 1942, the Mexican oil tankers Potrero del Llano and Faja de Oro were sunk by German submarines lead by Captain Hermann Rasch; he assumed that all merchant ships in the area were allied with the enemy. Mexico was not yet involved in the war and its ships were unarmed and unable to defend themselves. This event spurred the country to enter the war against Germany.

Year after year, homage is also paid to the fallen crewmembers of the two ships.

The Mexican Navy, with the support of former President Fox, has come a long way toward modernization. Its motto is: “Over land, in the air, and on the sea.”

The National Marines

Their essential purpose is to monitor and prevent any foreign invasion attempt. They also prevent fishing boats from catching the country’s vital species for commercialization, in addition to being tasked with monitoring the integrity and autonomy of the national territory.

The Marines are divided into two areas: the Merchant Marines and the Navy.

Merchant Marines

Dedicated to commerce, including passenger ships and transport of goods; it is extremely important to the national economy as it is subject to, and operates to enforce, international treaties.