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Montenegro opens embassy in Kosovo

Prishtina, 30 July, 2013 – Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Kosovo, Enver Hoxhaj, welcomed today Radovan Miljanic, who submitted appointment letters to the position of charge d’affaires at the Embassy of Montenegro in Kosovo.
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During the meeting, Minister Hoxhaj outlined the bilateral cooperation between the two countries, expressing the will of the Republic of Kosovo to strengthen the relations with Montenegro, in many areas.

Hoxhaj praised Montenegro’s decision to appoint its charge d’affaires at the Embassy of the Republic of Kosovo, wishing Mr. Miljanic the very best in his post.

Minister Hoxhaj said that the Republic of Kosovo shall soon appoint its diplomatic representative in Montenegro, considering it as very important for relations between the two neighboring countries, for the functioning of diplomatic missions in the two capitals.
The charge d’affaires at the Embassy of Montenegro in Kosovo, Radovan Miljanic, has expressed his commitment to working in Kosovo, to strengthen overall relations and exchanges between the two countries.

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