Skip to comments.Kosovo leader to meet with Clinton
Posted on 02/18/2009 6:26:31 PM PST by Ravnagora
PRISTINA-- Kosovos president and prime minister have been invited to meet with U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Feb. 26, says the U.S. embassy in Pritina.
The secretary of state is looking forward to the meeting with Kosovos president and prime minister on Feb. 26, in order to reassure them of the U.S. promise of friendship and support for Kosovo, said State Department spokesman Robert Wood in a statement issued by the American embassy last night.
Additionally, it is stated that last year Kosovo took quick steps forwards toward building democratic institutions and carrying out the basic principles of the Ahtisaari plan, including the protection of minority rights and cultural and religious heritage within its constitution.
As an independent state, Kosovo has welcomed effective cooperation with EULEX, NATO, the International Civilian Office and representatives of other international organizations, said the statement.
The State Department added that Kosovo had cooperated in building a stable and sustainable economy, a clear and simple system for the rule of law and other modern institutions, and a multiethnic and European democracy.
The State Department highly appreciates the Kosovo people and governments efforts in promoting stability in the region and cooperation among the various entities and religions to work on building a secure and progressive future, the statement ended.
“The secretary of state is looking forward to the meeting with Kosovos president and prime minister on Feb. 26, in order to reassure them of the U.S. promise of friendship and support for Kosovo,....”
I’ll be she is, the b*tch! Probably swinging by to pick up a check for Bill (or McCain; same breed of worthless cur when it comes to Mohammedan Albanian jihadi, white slaving, drug runners).
Maybe our troops will be home before christmas of 2009.
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