Osmani met Meta: Albania to be the voice of Kosovo in organizations that are not represented

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The President of the Republic of Kosovo, Vjosa Osmani received today in a meeting the President of Albania, Ilir Meta and on this occasion, Osmani asked his counterpart Meta that Albania be a strong voice of Kosovo in organizations in which our country is not represented.

President Osmani has emphasized that she is against any idea, which tries to treat Kosovo unequally.

"Kosovo can not become part of regional initiatives or mechanisms, if the representation in these initiatives from the beginning is not comprehensive and based on the principle of equality," said President Osmani.

Referring to the Open Balkans initiative, according to the Office of the President, Osmani stressed that no initiative that could rival or hinder the EU integration process and the Euro-Atlantic orientation of the region, where Serbia aims to play a leading role, can be supported. and which has not yet recognized Kosovo.

Osmani stressed that Kosovo has shown readiness to continue the dialogue with Serbia, but will not be part of any arrangement, which does not guarantee the sovereignty, integrity and functionality of the state of Kosovo.

"In this context, President Osmani said that together with Albania they should commit themselves to convey the message to the region and the world about the danger posed to the Balkans by Serbia's aggressive and hegemonic policy," the statement said.

On the eve of Flag Day, President Osmani congratulated President Meta and the Albanian people on the 109th anniversary of Albania's independence and stressed that this day makes Albanians everywhere proud.

According to President Osmani, the long-established cooperation with Albania in many areas will be followed by other agreements. She mentioned the meeting of the two Governments, which will be held on November 26 in Elbasan, in which Kosovo and Albania will sign 16 other agreements, including the one on free movement, trade, education, justice. or infrastructure./21Media