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Turkey provides Albanian police vehicles and equipment

UNITED STATES (OBSERVATORY NEWS)

Turkey provided security assistance to Albania, including police vehicles and equipment, to perform its duties in good and safe conditions.

This came during a ceremony held on Tuesday in the Albanian capital, Tirana, in the presence of the Interior Minister Sander Lasi and the Turkish Deputy Interior Minister Mehmet Arsoy.

The ceremony was also attended by Turkish Ambassador to Tirana, Murad Ahmed Yoruk, and Director General of Albanian Security Ardi Filio, in addition to security officials from both countries.

The assistance included several armored security vehicles, gas masks, as well as various equipment, such as bullet-proof vests, and others.

Arsoy said, in a speech during the ceremony, that “Turkey sees its duty to provide this assistance to its brothers in Albania, because achieving security in one of the two countries means achieving it in the other country.”

He expressed his wishes for the success and success of the Albanian security forces in combating the various terrorist organizations, first and foremost the “Gülen” terrorist organization.

For his part, the Director General of Albanian Security Ardi Filio thanked Turkey for its support to his country’s security forces, and for providing this logistical assistance, the first part of which was received.

He explained that “among the aid provided, 6 armored vehicles and 10 four-wheel drive vehicles.”

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