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Deputy Prime Minister Selimi received in a meeting Malta’s Order of Templars

Pristina, 26 October, 2011 – The Deputy Minister of the Republic of Kosovo, Petrit Selimi received in a meeting on Wednesday a senior delegation of Malta’s Order of Templars which is visiting Kosovo for the first time.
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Deputy Minister Selimi informed the senior leaders of the Order on the permanent progress of the Republic of Kosovo in all aspects as well as the mid-term and long-term needs of the state of Kosovo towards all comprehensive development.

Senior officials of Malta’s Order of Templars declared their full dedication in powerfully assisting the advancement of all democratic processes of Kosovo.

Following this Order’s formal recognition of Kosovo’s independence two years ago, senior representatives of this humanitarian organization have stated their complete readiness in helping the people of Kosovo on advancing its internal development by placing a special emphasis in the sector of health and social assistance. 

Malta’s Order of Templars is one of the oldest humanitarian organizations in the world which has a special status within the United Nations (UN). 

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