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Written by SOT.COM.AL 25 Mars 2023
Prime Minister Rama, on his official visit to Great Britain at the invitation of his counterpart, was accompanied by a part of the delegation of Albanian ministers.
The Minister of the Interior, Bledi Çuçi together with other colleagues have supported diplomatic officials who have admitted that their citizens who come to Britain in small boats are "manipulating the system".
They support Prime Minister Rishi Sunak's legislation to address the Canal crisis.
During a high-level meeting it was said that there was an ongoing effort by Albanian nationals to exploit immigration laws in Europe, with Britain currently a main focus.
Interior Secretary Suella Braverman met with Albanian Interior Minister Bledar Cuci, who indicated that his compatriots were "playing the system", a government source said, writes the Daily Mail.
They added: "The minister said he was a big supporter of the stop the boats bill and it was badly needed... It would bring a stop to his countrymen rigging the UK system."
He said that Albanians were very smart and that they find ways to overcome countries' systems and had done it all over Europe, in France and other countries.
Almost 13,000 Albanian nationals crossed the Channel in small boats last year, up from just 800 in the previous 12 months.
Many of them apply for asylum in Britain.
Figures released earlier this month showed that claims of modern slavery reached a record high last year, driven by a huge increase in applications in Albania.
The Albanian minister's comments come after the ambassador to Britain admitted that immigrants from his country are "pretending" to be victims of modern slavery.