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Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Vuniqi is attending the conference of African states in Egypt, conducts meetings with representatives of states that recognized and did not recognize Kosovo

Sharm El-Sheikh - Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Rejhan Vuniqi is attending the conference "Africa 2017", which is being held in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt, which has gathered heads of states, heads of governments and ministers from various countries from the continent of Africa.

In the light of participation in this conference, Deputy Minister Vuniqi met with several ministers of foreign affairs and high level representatives from the countries that were present at this event, including the states that have recognized and did not recognize the Republic of Kosovo. In this regard, she initially held a separate meeting with the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Somalia, with whom they discussed about the level of relations between the two countries. During this discussion, Minister Vuniqi thanked the Minister from Somali about the support that Somalia has provided to Kosovo since recognition, and for subsequent establishment of diplomatic relations, and lobbying in African states to recognize Kosovo. Besides meeting with Minister of Foreign Affairs of Somalia, Minister Vuniqi also met the delegations from two states that have not recognized yet the Republic of Kosovo. The conference "Africa 2017", titled "Business for Africa, Egypt and the World" will continue to conduct the works tomorrow, and will focus on economic issues. Africa is considered today as the most attractive continent for foreign investment. Deputy Minister Vuniqi is the only representative from Kosovo, who is participating in this conference.

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