Albanian President Meets French Freemason
15 January 2008
Tirana _ Albanian President Bamir Topi met on Sunday with Jean Michel Quillardet, the Grand Master of the Grand Orient de France, a self-described masonic organization. Topi presented a historical assessment of relations between Albania and France, and informed Quillardet about the latest democratic developments in Albanian society and its reforms which form part of the country’s Euro-Atlantic national strategy. During the meeting they exchanged views about the latest developments in the region and especially about the process of negotiation over the future status of Kosovo.
The Grand Orient de France is a freemasons’ organization, formed in 1736, that says it promotes the principles of “the respect for a tradition inherited from the founders of freemasonry and the search for progress for the improvement of men and society.” Its members practice a number of traditional secret rituals as part of their activities.
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