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Minister Pacolli was hosted in a meeting from his counterpart from Malta Abela, they agreed to organize an Economic Forum between two countries

Valletta, 1 November, 2017 – In the light of his official visit to Malta, First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Kosovo, Mr. Behgjet Pacolli was hosted at a special meeting by the Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Promotion, Carmelo Abela.

At the margins of this meeting, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Pacolli initially thanked his counterpart for the hospitality, unwavering and comprehensive support provided from this state, and urged the same support to continue furthermore, particularly in regard to the strategic priorities of Kosovo such as membership in international organizations and strengthening of the international subjectivity of Kosovo.

Minister of Foreign Affairs, Pacolli invited Minister Abela to visit Kosovo, which he accepted with pleasure. In the light of his visit to Kosovo, Minister Abela, with the proposal of Minister Pacolli will be accompanied by businessmen from Malta with the aim to organize an Economic Forum between the two respected countries.

During the meeting, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Malta, Abela, reaffirmed the stance that Malta will continue to support Kosovo in relation to membership in the International Organization, the process of integration into Euro-Atlantic structures, including support for visa liberalization and that Malta is open to look at the paths and opportunities that lead to the deepening and further expansion of relations between the two countries and two nations.

Malta's state economy has grown by 5 % during 2016, and is rated as the fastest-growing economy in the European Union. Incomes per capita in this country are estimated to be about $ 39,000 per year.

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