Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) Director John Brennan visited Albania to meet with a variety of leaders and discuss a range of issues including regional security, counterterrorism cooperation, intelligence sharing, and other bilateral affairs.
During his visit, Director Brennan met with Prime Minister Edi Rama, President Bujar Nishani, Minister of Defense, Mimi Kodheli, and leaders from the intelligence community.
No information was given to the media on these meetings. Neither the President, nor the Prime Minister did not offer any information on these meetings.
Brenna also met with Police Commissioner Haki Cako. Head of CIA, Brennan has praised cooperation with the State Police, especially with the Anti-Terror Directorate led by Gledis Nano.
“This cooperation has yielded positive results in tackling common issues. Cooperation with State Police and other agencies inside and outside of the country are a model to be taken”, Mr. Brennan said. /balkaneu.com/