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Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Pacolli meet with the Albanian counterpart Bushati, pledges to open joint diplomatic missions

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Kosovo has commenced his first official visit abroad to Albania, by meeting his Albanian counterpart, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Albania, Ditmir Bushati.

At a joint press conference, Deputy Prime Minister Pacolli, besides re-confirming the strong co-operation between the two countries and co-ordinating all foreign policy activities, has pledged to continue the opening of the Joint Diplomatic Missions of Republic Kosovo and Republic of Albania.

"We have discussed today that we will continue with the tradition of opening joint diplomatic missions in order to increase the efficiency, responsibility and to reduce the costs", said Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs.

On his behalf, Minister of Foreign Affairs Bushati has reaffirmed the strong and unequivocal support of Albanian state diplomacy to all the processes that Kosovo is going through and also mentioned the earlier engagement of Deputy Prime Minister Pacolli, particularly in the diplomatic efforts for membership in UNESCO, by underlining that President Pacolli has often done more than the diplomacies of Tirana and Prishtina.

During his first official visit in the capacity of First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs he is expected to meet with the President of the Republic of Albania, Ilir Meta and with the Prime Minister Edi Rama.

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