President Thaçi received the Hungarian chief diplomat, discussing about cooperation and the developments in the region

Prishtina, November 15, 2018 – The President of the Republic of Kosovo, Hashim Thaçi, received today the Foreign Minister of Hungary, Péter Szijjártó, with whom he discussed about the cooperation between the two states and the developments in the region.

President Thaçi thanked Minister Szijjártó for the continued support of Hungary to Kosovo in every forum and expressed gratitude for the expansion of the cooperation between the two states in all sectors.

“We are grateful for your support and for your contribution to building sustainable peace in Kosovo and the region”, said President Thaçi.

Speaking about the developments in Kosovo, President Thaçi stressed that important decisions are expected in the coming days, such as the decision on INTERPOL, on visa liberalization for Kosovo and on the establishment of the Kosovo army.

Whereas, speaking about the Kosovo-Serbia dialogue, President Thaçi stated that a new momentum and a global compliance have been created for Kosovo and Serbia to  reach a comprehensive peace agreement

The Foreign Minister of Hungary expressed support for the expansion of cooperation between the two states and the efforts to build lasting peace in Kosovo and the region.

“We are among the largest contingents in KFOR and we will further increase our contribution, proving our commitment to peace in Kosovo and the region”, said the chief diplomat Szijjártó.

Speaking about the dialogue between Kosovo and Serbia, Minister Szijjártó said that Hungary supports the agreement reached as a result of talks between the two countries.

President Thaçi at the end of the meeting stressed that the relations between the two countries should be further deepened.