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The Government of Trinidad and Tobago will consider the request of Kosovo for recognition

In the continuation of the meetings in New York, with the purpose of lobbying, Minister Hyseni has met with the Ambassador of Trinidad and Tobago to the UN, Mrs. Maria Annette Valere.

New York-March 25, 2009

After Minister Hyseni informed the Ambassador Valere about the situation in Kosovo, since the declaration of independence on February 17, 2008, he has requested that Trinidad and Tobago to recognize Kosovo as an independent and sovereign country. “Recognizing Kosovo as an independent and sovereign country, you will help Kosovo on its path of the consolidation of the institutions, stability and economic development. Kosovo needs to become a part of international organizations to develop economy and prosper in all fields, in order to do all this more recognitions are needed. You would help a lot with decision for the recognition of my country,” said Minister Hyseni.
Ambassador Valere emphasized that her country knows how important the process of international recognition is for Kosovo, so the government of Trinidad and Tobago in a near future will address the request for recognition. 

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