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Selimi: Kosovo and Thailand are deepening their relations

Prishtina, 31 May 2016 – Acting Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Kosovo, Petrit Selimi, hosted the Deputy Director General of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Thailand, Wattana Kunwongse and Katesuda Thongna Kate, responsible for Kosovo desk.

Minister Selimi and diplomats from Thailand agreed to sign the first bilateral agreements between the two countries, including mutual abolition of visas for official visits, establishment of the bilateral commission for economic cooperation as well as the possible opening of Kosovo's Embassy in Bangkok.
Upon extending his welcoming remarks to the interreligious conference Interfaith Kosovo, Minister Selimi informed them on the progress made by the Republic of Kosovo in the international multilateral system, in relation to the European Union and other international organizations.
On the other hand representatives of the MFI from Thailand, extended their gratitude for the invitation for participation in the Interfaith Conference and their first visit to Kosovo.

On this occasion, they expressed to be convinced that Kosovo will continue to enjoy the support of Thailand in its state-building. Both parties agreed to develop bilateral relations in more qualitative levels and committed to work together in advancing cooperation between the two countries, focusing on increasing the economic cooperation.

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