Albania and Pakistan had diplomatic relations. Pakistan diplomatic relations with Albania are very cordinal given that Albania is a Muslim majority country, and the only European country with OIC membership.
Albania and Pakistan enjoy close and friendly relations. Albania has consistently supported Pakistan for the Kashmir cause. In Dec 2006, Albanian Deputy Foreign Minister Mr. Anton Gurakuqi visited Pakistan to hold bilateral consultation with Pakistani political leadership. Pakistan also offers training facilities to young Albanian bureaucrats in the field of banking, finance, management and diplomacy. During the state visit of Fehmida Mirza in Tirana. Albania in October 2011 announced to reopen its embassy in Pakistan as Parliament speakers from the two countries met at Tirana, Albania. National Assembly Speaker Fehmida Mirza is on an official visit to Albania, on the invitation of her Albanian counterpart. This is the first visit of any speaker from Pakistan to Albania. Fehmida and her Albanian counterpart Jozefina Topalli stressed promotion of closer political, economic and cultural ties between the two countries through regular parliamentary exchanges. On the occasion, Topalli announced Albania decision to re-open its embassy in Pakistan. At present the two countries do not have diplomatic missions in each other's capitals. Mirza also proposed establishing a Joint Parliamentary Commission, comprising members from the two Parliaments, which would meet annually to review the pace of cooperation in fields of economy, culture and social development.