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Written by SOT.COM.AL 25 Mars 2023
During the show "Let me talk", Armaldo Kllogjeri told for the first time about the difficult period he went through when he was young.
Due to poverty, he was forced to emigrate outside Albania doing any kind of menial work, but he was forced to return to Albania again because he could not do the papers.
Armaldo Kllogjeri: At the time when I was in emigration, the conditions were not the same as they are today in Albania, because then life was very poor.
Donald Veshaj: You ran away too young?
Armaldo Kllogjeri: Yes, I left when I was 22-23 years old and we just got out of the communist system and we were very poor and we took the paths of emigration like all many Albanians. We emigrated with sacrifices, with those heavy jobs and with some jobs that were created for us during our more comfortable stay, but the reason why I came and returned to Albania was for the issue of papers because I was an immigrant who did not have papers at that time .
Romeo Veshaj: If you had papers, would you continue to stay?
Armaldo Kllogjeri: Absolutely yes. I came back, but when I came back it was a slightly different situation because I found myself again in the profession that I represent. I think that we are in a difficult situation, but I believe that if politics or political leaders, whoever they are from different wings, have a sense of patriotism, this would prevent this phenomenon and we would have a very large economic growth without were also influenced by foreign factors that want Albania to always see chaos.