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On the occasion of the Independence day of Albania also known as the Day of the Albanian National Flag, the Embassy of Albania in Serbia led by Ambassador H.E. Ilir Boçka hosted a formal reception at the Hotel Metropol in Belgrade.

The event was attended by members of the Serbian Government, heads and members of the diplomatic corps. 

H.E. Ilir Boçka, Ambassador of Albania in Serbia

The Day of the Albanian Flag celebrates the Albanian Declaration of Independence from the Ottoman Empire adopted by Ismail Qemali on 28th November 28 1912 and the rise of the Albanian flag in Vlora. 

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