The Albanian Prime Minister, Edi Rama, visited Dubai, where he provided advise on international cooperation between countries.
The Albanian Prime Minister, who is in attendance at the World Governance Summit, sees the interaction of technology as the solution to global challenges, a message that he reiterated at the press conference.
“We are increasingly confronted with situations and occurrences that are more powerful than us when addressed as governments and continents. As such, broad action is required, which we aim to achieve before disasters sweep us off the face of the globe. The more we engage and collaborate with one another, the more we can use technology to collaborate with one another. This is what we must do in order to remain relatively safe in the face of adversity.
Rama told the Arab world that a cabinet with more women is the best way to achieve the goals.
I don’t want to appear to be lecturing others about what’s going on in Albania right now. Regarding the advantages of this, I would like to quote Margaret Thatcher who says “if you want words, you do it with a male, but if you want a job done, trust it to a woman”.
Albanian PM Edi Rama rules the country with 12 female cabinet ministers, accounting for 75% of the left-wing cabinet.