In a telegram, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Kosovo, Enver Hoxhaj, congratulated John Kerry, on his appointment as Secretary of State of the United States of America.
On behalf of the people and Government of the Republic of Kosovo, Minister Hoxhaj expressed his congratulations and great appreciation for Secretary Kerry, who will be leading US foreign policy.
"The United States of America has been our strongest supporter, and their boundless commitment will always be valued, especially as Kosovo continues to overcome challenges and to make great progress. Our commitment to European integration and full membership of the international community is unwavering and grows stronger, with US support", stated the telegram.
Referring to the fact that this month, the Republic of Kosovo marks its 5th anniversary of independence, Hoxhaj emphasized that Kosovo has become a country of freedom, peace and prosperity for all communities.
He also emphasized the Republic of Kosovo’s determination to achieve the interests of its citizens by contributing constructively to advancing peace and stability in the region and beyond.
In the telegram, Hoxhaj praised the US’ strong support for further increasing the number of recognitions of the state of Kosovo, adding that those states have recognized the great success achieved in Kosovo in enforcing the rule of law, community rights and economic development of the sovereign state of Kosovo.
"Democratic representation and wellbeing for all Kosovo’s citizens is a reality, not just a desire, thanks to the great support that we have received from the United States of America", noted among other issues, Minister Hoxhaj’s telegram sent to the American Secretary of State, John Kerry.
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