Kosovar Prime Minister Albin Kurti met with Under-Secretary of State for Europe Leo Docherty at the British Foreign Office who is in Kosovo on an official visit.
Prime Minister Kurti’s meeting with Docherty took place at the Prime Minister’s office in Pristina, the capital of Kosovo, closed to the media.
According to the statement made by the Prime Minister of Kosovo, Kurti informed Docherte of Kosovo’s application to join the European Union, which was presented in Prague yesterday, the reforms undertaken by the government so far and the latest developments.
In the statement, Kurti stressed his gratitude for the support provided by England to the liberation, state-building and development processes in Kosovo, and stressed highlighting Kosovo’s membership in international organizations and the good cooperation between the two countries in security issues.
As part of his visit to Kosovo, Docherty also met with the Foreign Minister of Kosovo and the Diaspora Donica Jervala Schwarz and British soldiers serving in the NATO Peacekeeping Force (KFOR).
In a statement issued by the British Embassy in Pristina, it was reported that during the meeting, regional security, the energy crisis in Kosovo and Europe and the importance of rapid progress in the EU-mediated Kosovo-Serbia dialogue were discussed.
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