Travel agency Albania has confirmed that it will close its offices and offices will close from September 1, 2018.
The move comes in response to the international financial crisis.
Travel agency Deira has also confirmed that its offices will shut down as well.
Alba’s CEO and CEO of the international travel agency Deir el-Azz said that the company will also close its local offices, and Deira will not operate any offices in the country.
Albeys chief executive officer, Zoltan Molnar, said the company is now planning to relocate all its offices to countries that are not experiencing the crisis.
The company will move its headquarters to a new location and a new team, Molnir said.
Albanian Foreign Minister, Ivo Daalder, tweeted that Alba will be “saddened” to see the closing of its offices.
The decision is part of a wider move by the country’s government to avoid another financial crisis, the minister said.
In a statement, Alba said that Albarab News Agency has been a source of inspiration and strength for many years and we are saddened that the news of its closure was leaked in this way.
It will continue to offer our news services, but we will also continue to operate in the countries where Alba has been operating for the last several years, including Israel, Jordan, Turkey, and the United Arab Emirates.
Albarad News Agency, Albarb News Agency is a media organization that focuses on Arab and African news from the region and around the world.