Well, Albania is a tricky one, it was close to a civil war between a CP preferring group and the Russian backed group, and while the russian backed group was the winner in the long run (which lead to the albanian occupation), it was mostly a stuff avoided by the majors. So it has really nothing to do with serbia.
And the Persians go to the UK, Which makes it a good target for the ottoman, the UK cannot really benefit from it, unless they managed to keep Basra and willing to send more troops to this area, but the Russians must defend it or it will fall to the Ottomans and allow a new route to the Baku oilfields.
Russia basically wasn't a factor in Albanian politics, there was no "Russian-backed group" really because Albania is not a Slavic country nor an Orthodox Christian one, and Russia is a long way from it. There were areas and politicians under the influence of the Serbs, the Italians, the French, the Greeks, the Ottomans, the Bulgarians, and the Austrians - these were the countries with power and influence there, not Russia.
Looking at prominent Albanian leaders of the time in terms of which foreign countries they were close to at the time, you have:
William of Wied (German/Austrian influence)
Essad Pasha Toptani (Serbian/Italian/Greek/French-backed depending on the circumstances and time)
Ismail Qemali (British/Greek/Ottoman/Austrian at various times)
Turhan Pasha Përmeti (Ottoman)
Fejzi Alizoti (Austrian/Italian)
Ahmet Zogu (Austria)
Fan Noli (British)
I cannot think of any who were close to Russia.
In game terms, I can see Albania being a Serb minor like Montenegro, or an Italian minor, but not a Russian one as this make no sense either in game-play terms (where Albania is cut off from Russia) or historical ones.
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