"Our bilateral relations are driven not only by economic interests, but also by unwavering cultural ties and family histories," said Kosovo Prime Minister Albin Kurti in "Summer night of the German Development Cooperation.
The German Cooperation for Development not only represents the interests of the German government in Kosovo, but also the desire of over 400 thousand members of the diaspora in Germany to see Kosovo as an integral part of the European community, added the Prime Minister.
Prime Minister Kurti stressed that we have achieved a lot as a society thanks to our German partners and there is much to be expected for development and cooperation.
Stressing the positive economic indicators, the Prime Minister said that we are seeing more and more people paying their taxes and contributing to a stronger, fairer and more equal society.
"We will continue to govern tirelessly and transparently - making your efforts and work more sustainable and effective." he emphasized.
"Less than two weeks ago we had a historic visit of German Chancellor Scholz here in Pristina. "In addition to important regional topics, we also highlighted our excellent bilateral relations and how we want and need to further deepen them with joint projects." said the Prime Minister. Projects that are sustainable and where the people of Kosovo are the real ultimate beneficiary, he added.
"Germany and Kosovo share the same goals and ideals for a free, prosperous and peaceful Europe, and we are happy to have partners like GIZ and KfW to help us achieve these goals," he said.
This evening was organized by the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany, together with Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH and the German Development Bank.21Media