Guyana officially recognizes the independence of Kosovo

Guyana  officially recognizes the independence of Kosovo

Pristina, June 13, 2013

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Kosovo has announced today that Guyana has officially recognized the independence of Kosovo. A press release of this ministry states that today, the Foreign Minister of Kosovo, Enver Hoxhaj held an official meeting in Guyana and during the meeting with his counterpart from this country, Carolyn Rodrigues-Birket, he has signed the establishment of diplomatic relations between Kosovo and Guyana.

“Guyana’s government has taken the decision for the recognition of Kosovo in March of this year, while the establishment of diplomatic relations between these two countries has formalized this recognition”, states the press release.

During these meetings, Hoxhaj and the leaders of the state and diplomacy of Guyana have expressed the commitment of both countries for the strengthening of relations and exchanges between Kosovo and Guyana.

“These activities have given concrete results in the recognition and strengthening of international subjectivity of Kosovo. The recognition and the establishment of diplomatic relations with Guyana is expected to give way to other recognitions by Caribbean states and Latin American states”, states the release.

Guyana is a member of the Caribbean Community and its capital, George Town hosts the head office of the secretariat of this organization. /ibna/