An Albanian environmental activist holds up a sign as she takes part in a protest in front of a government builing in Tirana on November 14, 2013, over the possibility of the Republic of Albania processing and destroying 1.000 tons of chemical weapons from Syria in its military facilities. Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama said today that his country has yet to decide whether it will undertake the destruction of Syrian chemical weaponry on its soil as hundreds protested against such a move. Albania, along with France, Belgium, have been mooted as possible sites for the dismantling of Syria's entire chemical arsenal, estimated at about 1,000 tonnes. AFP PHOTO / GENT SHKULLAKU        (Photo credit should read GENT SHKULLAKU/AFP/Getty Images)