New York, 26 September 2018 – As a result of a powerful diplomatic commitment, the Republic of Kosovo has never been closer and has never enjoyed wider support for its membership to INTERPOL than it is now.
This was stated by the First Deputy Minister and the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Kosovo, Behgjet Pacolli, after dozens of separate meetings, which the he has been conducting in the framework of annual plenaries of the General Assembly of the United Nations.
“Out of dozens of separate meetings, which I was able to conduct with the United Nations Headquarters in New York, with Presidents of states, Prime Ministers and my counterparts, we are generating understanding and powerful support for the membership of our country to INTERPOL. I strongly believe that the Republic of Kosovo has never been closer and has never enjoyed wider support for membership to INTERPOL that now,” said the Kosovo Chief Diplomat Pacolli.
The second top Government official, Pacolli, conducted meetings with the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Vanuatu, Ralph Regenvanu, the Foreign Minister of Tanzania, Waziri wa Mambo ya Nje, the Foreign Minister of Somalia, Ahmed Isse Awad, the Deputy Foreign Minister of Benin, Aurélien Agbenonci, the Foreign Minister of Southern Korea, Kang Kyung, and other counterparts of different states.
The Agenda of the Kosovo Chief Diplomat, Pacolli, is continuing with other meetings.