ATA, the main Albanian information agency, and ANSA have signed an important collaboration agreement in the presence in connection with the Italian Ambassador in Albania Fabrizio Bucci. The partnership provides for the availability and exchange of content that can be used on the respective information platforms.
The offer of international information services is therefore enriched for the subscribers of the two agencies: the agreement is divided into the possibility for the partners to use their respective information services for editorial use and to develop joint commercial offers to support the communication of institutions. and companies from their respective countries.
“The signing of this important agreement between ANSA and ATA – stated Ambassador Fabrizio Bucci – confirms the intensity of bilateral relations between Italy and Albania. It is symbolic that it took place at the end of the Italian Week, where the The Embassy has organized 54 artistic and cultural events throughout Albania. Italy is the reference partner in Albania in a multitude of sectors and thanks to this agreement it will also become one in the field of information “.
ANSA CEO Stefano De Alessandri expressed satisfaction with the new collaboration: “This agreement signed today with ATA represents a new and further step to complete our strategy of international agreements with the major information agencies in the Balkan area: the goal is to increasingly expand the availability of news for our journalists and our public and to develop commercial projects with companies in their respective countries “.
“I am happy to be here to sign the agreement with ANSA, one of the leading agencies in the world, which has also been a point of reference for our agency – said the Director General of ATA, Valbona Zupa -. This agreement will bring our countries closer, spreading the light of true and real news wherever we are. We have made many other agreements between our two countries, including in the fields of education, culture, tourism, cinema: all this has approached, but also taught us a lot about each other.
This is why this agreement is so important today. ”

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