The Turkish foreign minister discussed bilateral relations and developments in the Balkans with the Albanian prime minister on Sunday. Turkey's Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu had separate meetings with Albania's Prime Minister Sali Berisha and Parliament Speaker Jozefina Topalli in Tirana, press offices of Albanian Prime Ministry and Parliament Speaker's Office said.

During their meeting, Davutoglu said Berisha and his government was contributing to improvement of bilateral relations, while Berisha welcomed Turkey's support to Albania in every area.

Davutoglu and Berisha reviewed increasing Turkish investments in Albania, which climbed to almost 1 billion USD.

Also, Davutoglu and Berisha said two countries could boost their cooperation in tourism, education and transportation.

Two ministers also focused on development in West Balkans, and they expressed their thought that no change in borders was the only guarantee of peace and security in the region.

Also, Davutoglu and Topalli took up Turkey's support for Albania in NATO, and they said the mutual visits of parliament speakers of Turkey and Albania would further improve bilateral relations and cooperation.