National Coastline Agency (Albania)

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National Coastline Agency
Agjencia Kombëtare e Bregdetit
Agjencia Kombëtare e Bregdetit.svg
Official logo
Tourism agency overview
Formed22 January 2014
Tourism agency executive
  • Auron Tare, Director Genreral

The National Coastline Agency (AKB) (Albanian: Agjencia Kombëtare e Bregdetit) is an institution of the Albanian Government responsible for monitoring the implementation of policies and regulations that promote sustainable tourism developments along the coastal region of the country. The Agency is organized at central level by the General Directorate and has four regional branches. Its main objective is to create a system of rules and standards which enable the proper administration of public spaces along the beaches and rural areas of the coast.[1]