Former Albanian Government Minister Valentina Leskaj has joined the Advisory Board of Combat Anti-Semitism Movement (CAM)
Stephen B. Jacobs for several years he worked to design a Holocaust memorial for Albania’s capital. Unveiled last month at the entrance to the Grand Park of Tirana, the simple memorial features three stone plaques — in Albanian, English and Hebrew — that highlight the stories of Albanians who saved Jews during World War II.
Like many immigrants to Albania, Rabbi Yisroel Finman came here by accident, but then found himself inexplicably drawn to the country, and with no desire to leave.
The recent inauguration of the Holocaust Memorial in Tirana, Albania drew acclaim from Jewish leaders in Israel and abroad. This memorial represents an advancement in the already warm relations between Israel and Albania.
Tirana honors victims, and locals who protected Jews; country was occupied by Nazis, but none of its Jews were killed or handed over
The Albanians protected the Jews despite Nazi German forces occupying the country.
Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama addressed the American Jewish Committee (AJC) Global Forum.
here has been an increasing demand for Israeli drip irrigation technology as it created the best method of irrigation in agriculture. The goal of the system is to eliminate wasting water. The system consists of valves that control the drops of water and have to be very precisely spaced along the irrigation lines.
At the initiative of the Director of the Balkan Department at the Israeli MFA, Dan Oryan, Balkan Ambassadors accredited to Israel, held a meeting with the company “Think Creative.”
Ambassador Canaj had fruitful talks today, with the Chairwoman of the Albanian-Jewish Community in Israel. Felicita Yakoel.