President Osmani received the credentials of the non-resident ambassador of Lithuania, Eduardas Borisovas

The President of the Republic of Kosovo Vjosa Osmani received today the credentials of the non-resident ambassador of Lithuania Eduardas Borisovas.

According to President Osmani, Kosovo and Lithuania have amicable relations, forged by historical challenges and common aspirations for democracy and freedom.

In this context, President Osmani mentioned the last official visit to Lithuania, which was a proof of the growing cooperation between the two states.

A the meeting with Ambassador Borisovas, President Osmani expressed gratitude for Lithuania’s continuous engagement in Kosovo through its participation in KFOR since the post-war period.

Furthermore, President Osmani emphasized that Kosovo is very interested in strengthening bilateral relations with Lithuania, but also in benefiting from the experience of this country from the successful political and economic transition, especially in areas such as EU integration, rule of law, defense, security, innovation, information technology, education and other areas.

President Osmani informed Ambassador Borisovas with the current political and security situation in the country and emphasized that Serbia, using Russia’s model, is trying to destabilize not only Kosovo, but also the region.

President Osmani said that the EU should lift the measures against Kosovo.

Given that Kosovo remains steadfast in its commitment to Euro-Atlantic integration and the consolidation of its international position, President Osmani stated the need for Lithuania’s support in our aspirations for membership in the Council of Europe, the EU, NATO and other international organizations.

A part of the meeting was also dedicated to the International Forum for Women, Peace and Security, the second edition of which will be held on April 15-16, and which demonstrates Kosovo’s commitment to promotion of gender equality and peace building efforts.

President Osmani and Ambassador Borisovas also discussed the expansion of cooperation in various sectors including education, culture, healthcare and other spheres of mutual interest.

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