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Central African Republic recognized Kosovo independence

Pristina, July 22 – The Central African Republic today became the 77th country to recognize the independence of Kosovo. This recognition comes at a time of increased efforts by the Government in concluding the process of recognitions. The Government of Kosovo will continue the same dynamic of further strengthening the international position of the Republic of Kosovo.

The Central African Republic is located in the center of the African continent, in the equatorial Africa. It has around 4 million inhabitants and Baguin is its capital. The Republic is made of 14 provinces, 2 prefectures and one district.

On the northern part this country is bordered with Chad, and further continues with Sudan, the Democratic Republic of Congo and with Cameroon. 

Deputy Minister Selimi received the Ambassador of Belgium in Bulgaria, non-resident for Kosovo, Anick Van CalsterDeputy Minister Selimi received the Ambassador of the United Arab Emirates, non-resident for Kosovo, Hafsa Abdulla Mohammed Al UlamaDeputy Prime Minister Thaçi congratulates U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and the American people on Thanksgiving DayChief of the National Guard Bureau, General Grass, supports Kosovo on the establishment of KAF and for membership in NATO