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Comparison of Albania and Lithuania
Firstly, we can see that both countries are setting their aims with issues dealing with European Union. Albania is looking forward to become a full-time member state. Because of that it is working on its internal political issues dealing with democracy and it is adapting EU policy in local policies like signing agreement with other Balkan States for free movement of people within the territory. Also Lithuania wants to increase its role in the Union. Recent crisis slowed down the process of adapting the Euro currency, but it seems that it would not stop Lithuania for achieving it and becoming closer to the Western Europe.
Secondly, very important is the transition into the democratic state. Lithuania after Communist regime adapted very quickly. Most likely it is because it was already familiar with democratic system. Meanwhile, Albania had struggles to ensure democratic politics. That is the main reason why its economic growth, seen by GDP, falls behind Lithuania’s. The system change was too was that the society was not able to react on the changes.
The biggest advantage that Lithuania has is the membership of the European Union. Lithuania used every opportunity that is process provides. Modern technologies, free movement of people and goods, new trade agreements raised the economic level in Lithuania.
To sum up, we can see that Albania falls a little behind for Lithuania. The main reasons are historical issues. The strategic plans that were created right after the end of Communism regime. Also the role in the European Union seems to affect the economic level with these two states.
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