The Delegation of the European Union to Albania is supporting the country in its path towards integration into the EU. The Delegation manages EU Assistance programmes and informs the Albanian public, decision-makers and opinion-formers about the integration process, EU institutions and its policies.
What we do
The Delegation of the European Union to the Republic of Albania is a permanent diplomatic mission. The Delegation was established in 1993 when the European Commission decided to upgrade its Office of the Special Envoy to a full Delegation in the light of the positive democratic development, which had taken place.
The Delegation's main tasks are the following:
- Facilitate the development of political and economic relations between the EU and Albania in the framework of the Stabilization and Association Process (SAP), which is the strategy for helping Albania in its path towards integration into the EU.
- Managing EU Assistance programmes.
- Disseminating information on the EU, informing the Albanian general public, decision-makers and opinion formers about the integration process, EU institutions and its policies.
Head of Delegation of the European Union in Albania, since August 2022, is Ms Christiane Hohmann.
Office of Delegation
Office of Political, Economic and Information Section
Office of Contracts and Finance Section
Office of Cooperation
Office of Operations Section 1
Office of Operations Section 2
Office of Administration
Assistant to the Office of Delegation