President Jahjaga met with the NATO Parliamentary Assembly delegationPresident of the Republic of Kosovo, Mrs. Atifete Jahjaga met today with the delegation of the NATO Parliamentary Assemblys Commission on the Civil Dimension of Security, led by the chairman of this commission Lord Jopling.
President Jahjaga said that Kosovo has achieved considerable advancements in all fields and after the end of the supervision of its independence Kosovo has taken upon itself all its responsibilities by guaranteeing equal rights to all the communities that live in the country. President Jahjaga also said that this is a joint success of the institutions, citizens of Kosovo and the international community.
Madam President stated that NATO has played and continues to play an important role in Kosovo and enjoys the respect of all the citizens as the most trusted institution.
President of the Republic also said that Kosovo has substantiated itself as a factor of peace and stability in the region and as a promoter of good neighbourliness by being open to cooperation with all the countries of the region.
President Jahjaga expressed her gratitude to NATO for the support it has been providing to KSF in accomplishment of Full Operational capabilities and for turning it into a very important institution ready to serve the country.
Lord Jopling, on behalf of the Parliamentary Assembly thanked President Jahjaga for meeting them today and said that aspirations towards Euro-Atlantic Integrations of all Balkan countries are interconnected.
He emphasized the importance of reconciliation and trust between all the people in Kosovo and appraised the achievements of the country on its Euro-Atlantic integration and showed interest in the dialogue process between Kosovo and Serbia, facilitated by EU, as a way towards normalisation of relations.