As the country’s economic situation worsened in recent years, Albanians began to adopt a new currency – the krona – in an effort to stem the tide of currency changes.
As the Eurozone crisis has caused an economic crisis in the country, the government has been struggling to control inflation and maintain a stable economy.
The krono, a coin equivalent to 1.5 euros, has been devalued by more than 80% in recent months and it has lost half its value in value.
The country’s central bank is trying to prevent this currency from becoming too unstable.
But while it is unlikely that the krone will lose its value any time soon, some analysts believe that it could become even more volatile in the coming years.
As part of its efforts to stop the currency from losing its value, the central bank has been working with international partners to increase the number of currencies it offers in circulation.
At the same time, Albanian Prime Minister Ahmed Abadi has been pressing the government to make the koin more useful.
“The government has already begun to introduce new currencies that will help us to preserve the kone, and this will be the next step to bring it back to its former glory,” Abadi said in a speech at the International Monetary Fund (IMF) headquarters in Washington, DC.
“It is not a simple task, but it will help the kino to stabilize the currency and the economy.
We can not only help the economy, we will also help the Albanian people.”
Abadi added that the government is willing to introduce more currency formats in the future.
“We will continue to work with the international community and with foreign countries on the development of this project,” he said.