Seeing that it's coming from an American Evangelical Protestant group, I think they did a better job than Morey. It doesn't really matter what they say "our bad things are", because you will always find, another protestant group that will say the opposite. and that's the main weakness of protestantism.
I think the Albanians should do three things. They should continue to call them heretical, they should continue to show that they are dividing the Albanian culture, and they should also start preaching more sermons that use alot of scripture.
Now that the Protestants are overthere, they need to teach their Parishiners Orthodox Church History, And the Historical Interpretation of the scriptures. They also need to teach their Parishiners that the Protestants have a foriegn canon of scripture. If they do this, then it will marginalize protestantism inthose lands.
It will also be a good thing for them to hear a few convert testimonies. This will help those in Albania, who are thinking about becoming Protestant to think twice about the idea. For they will see that there is something special about the faith they were raised up in. And it might help them to seek the spiritual deepness of their own Faith tradition.
Also alot of prayer should be used. The Albanians need to pray that the Protestant missions will see the truth of Orthodoxy and will convert. They also need to pray that the Albanians will not be deceived by the Protestant missions.
A number of non-violent different tactics can be used. Albania will have to make use of Radio, the Internet, Telivison, and the movies, to help keep her flock safe from Protestant missions.
But it has to be nonviolent!!! I stress this because some protestants who go on missions to Eastern Europe, actually convert to ORthodoxy when they come back home to the United States. If Eastern Europe physicaly hurt them, then it will only give the protestant a reason to hate ORthodoxy, and a reason to try to proselytize evenmore.
I know that "All Saints Orthodox Church" in Chicago, does missionary work in Albania. They are mostly a convert Parish, but they are doing alot of work in that country.
If more American Orthodox Parishes do missions in Eastern Europe, the middle East, and north Eastern Africa. Then it will nuetralize what the American Protestants are doing.
I visited All Saints Orthodox church last year, and I loved it.
This is their website:http://www.allsaintsorthodox.org/hoppe.html
There was someone at my Parish, who went to the Ukrain, to help out at an orphanage for a number of months.
So if we go on missions to help out, then it should nuetralize what the Protestants are doing.
This next link isn't about Albania, but it is about Russia. It's two podcasts about former Protestant missionaries that became ORthodox.
It's an OCA website. I think of Canada.http://www.orthodoxradio.ca/Shows.htm
If you look at May 4th and May 11nth. You will see what I'm talking about.