President Jahjaga demands the recognition of Kosovo by Armenia

President Jahjaga demands the recognition of Kosovo by Armenia

Pristina, September 24, 2014/Independent Balkan News Agency

By Elton Tota

President of the Republic of Kosovo, Atifete Jahjaga has met in New York with the Armenian Foreign Minister, Eduard Nalbandyan, with whom she discussed the international consolidation of Kosovo and other processes that the country is going through.

President Jahjaga has informed minister Nalbandyan about the achievement made by Kosovo in the process of the recognition of its independence,  by taking the general number of recognitions to 107 countries.

Jahjaga said that the recognition of the independence of Kosovo is a recognition of the vision of its citizens to build a state which is a factor of peace and stability in the region and beyond, encouraging Armenia to take such step.

According to a press statement issued by the president’s office, Jahjaga underlined the aim of the Republic of Kosovo to become an EU and NATO as a contributor of collective security and economic and political cooperation in Kosovo and as an equal member in all international organizations.

Minister Nalbandyan praised the achievements of Kosovo, especially in the process of the talks for the normalization of relations with Serbia and expressed the readiness of the Armenian government to work with the institutions of Kosovo to advance with the integrating processes. /ibna/oxHo