Apart from this, 250 aftershocks of magnitude 5 hit Balkan country, according to Defense Minister Olta Xhacka.
Albanian rescuers scoured rubble into the night on Tuesday in search of survivors trapped in buildings toppled by the strongest quake in decades, with at least 20 lives lost and hundreds of people injured.
"We are afraid to go back to our apartment", Bukuri Morina, who spent the night in the stadium, told Reuters.
Two government spokesmen said that the worst damage was in Durres and a few people had been taken to hospital in Tirana.
Video footage posted on social media showed what appeared to be a collapsed building in Durres, 40km west of Tirana, on the Adriatic coast. The epicentre of the quake was 10.2 km from Shijak.
The 6.4 magnitude quake was felt across the southern Balkans early Tuesday and was followed by multiple aftershocks. Albanian Authorities described it as the strongest quake in the last 20-30 years.
One man died after jumping from his home to escape in Kurbin, while another person was killed on a road that collapsed in Lezhe.
"I talked with my daughter and niece on the phone". One was said to have been discovered alive, while the other had died.
Neighbouring Kosovo was sending an emergency crew, while Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis ordered a fire department rescue unit specializing in disaster response to travel to Albania, Greek authorities said.
Albania's defence ministry confirmed that 14 had lost their lives as a result of the powerful quake.
"Everything at home kept falling down", Refik, a Tirana resident, told Reuters, describing his experience of the event. I could not talk to my wife.
Greece dispatched two rescue teams of 41 specially trained firefighters to Albania to assist the search for survivors after the quake, the fire department said. "Rescue-and-save work continues in the collapsed buildings there", she said as troops pulled a victim from a hotel in Durres.