AINA TIR-FAX, December 6, 2017



  • The Western Balkan Forum, Rama: “EU accession should not turn into an illusion
  • Poland an “advocate” of Albanian integration: Negotiations to be opened within 2018
  • Brussels, Xhafaj meets Avramolupos: Support for integration, congratulations for the fight against drugs
  • Former Italian PM Romano Prodi in Albania, meets President Ilir Meta
  • New Prosecutor General, Xhafaj: “Different relation with Police”
  • Tirana Mayor in Italy, discusses IPA funds for Albania’s capital
  • Border agreement with Montenegro, Kosovo sends new initiative in Parliament
  • Legal stalemate for appointing of next Prosecutor General
  • EC President Juncker: “We’ll propose negotiations with Albania, if reforms go well next six months”
  • Lindita Nikolla offers her monthly salary to flooded schools


  • Average salary in the public sector goes 60.500ALL
  • Parliament starts discussions on budget changes, more fund for roads
  • Commission of Economy/Ahmetaj: 260 thousand new jobs in 4 years
  • Albanians addicted to alcohol, spend more than Greeks and Italians on beverages
  • Damages from floods: Sonila Qato appeals to businesses for assistance


  • 65 kg of cannabis sequestered, three handcuffed
  • “Shullazi” trial postponed again
  • Drugs and weapons in Zhapokike, perpetrators under search


  • What “activating State of Emergency” means, as opposition demands it, government refuses
  • Insurance from floods could vary from 20 to 50 Euros a year
  • Village of Vana in Delvina isolated due to lack of bridge


  • Tirana Mayor: “Arberesh Albanians, powerful friendship bridge with Italy”
  • Albania, first time attendance at the Chicago Museum


About TirFax

Albanian Independent News Agency (AINA) TIR-FAX, was founded in conformity to the laws of the Republic of Albania, in August 1996.
It is the first and the only media of this kind in Albania. Since its beginnings, AINA TIR-FAX, built a professional strategy in order to be a reliable media and distant itself from politics and reflect the reality not affected by any political convictions and conveying to its subscribers up-to-date daily, professional and totally independent news and information. The Albanian Independent News Agency, TIR-FAX, decided to inform its subscribers with various information and news that take place in Albania in a real time. TIR-FAX provides a daily news bulletin from Albania and sends it to its subscribers. The bulletin is provided in Albanian and English language. Besides the daily bulletin, TIR-FAX`s staff has also experienced political and economic analysts which make the media more complete. AINA TIR-FAX covers 82 % of the Albanian territory with journalists by absorbing news and information from all the domains. TIR-FAX, in its beginnings, was welcomed in Albania and abroad, in particular, by the Diplomatic corps accredited in Albania, and international institutions present in the country. A good part of the above mentioned authorities are subscribers of AINA-TIR-FAX. In this context, TIR-FAX was welcomed by 28 various countries from Europe to America, which have been interested for the political, economic, cultural, religious and social developments in Albania.
We assure you that TIR-FAX is really serious in its work as it considers journalism an important noble mission, and then as a business. Thanks to a very serious, active, professional and fully independent work, AINA TIR-FAX is able to earn sufficient incomes from its performance.
After an intensive and continuous work of 17 years of experience, the General Director of TIR-FAX news Zenel Celiku, was awarded with the both prizes GOLD New York 2012?, ?EXCELENCE?, on May 29, 2012. This success is attributed to Mr. Zenel Celiku and AINA TIR-FAX staff for all these years of successful journalism. This success inspires not only Mr. Celiku, but also our daily work in the press media.
Albanian Independent News Agency is very successful and moves forward with secure steps in the wild competitiveness of the media.

General Director of AINA TIR-FAX.

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