President Osmani was received by the Prime Minister of Denmark Mette Frederiksen: Throughout all the state building stages, Denmark’s support for Kosovo has been unwavering

The President of the Republic of Kosovo Vjosa Osmani was received today at the Christiansborg Palace by the Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Denmark, Mette Frederiksen.

Bilateral relations between the two countries were discussed at the meeting, as well as the reconfirmation of the mutual commitment to the increase of interstate cooperation to the benefit of the citizens of both countries.

At the meeting with Prime Minister Frederiksen, President Osmani thanked the Kingdom of Denmark for its support to Kosovo throughout the years, while also discussing the importance of continuation of this support for Kosovo’s integration into the European Union, its NATO membership, as well as membership in international organizations. In this regard, President Osmani expressed her gratitude for the unanimous support of the Danish deputies in the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe, as well as for the readiness of the Danish government to continuously support Kosovo until full membership.

President Osmani and Prime Minister Frederiksen also discussed the Danish presidency of the European Union next year, where the President laid out the need to take concrete steps regarding Kosovo’s integration into the EU, based on the performance and reforms carried out in our country.

President Osmani also expressed her deep gratitude for the contribution of over 13,000 Danish soldiers to peace and security in Kosovo since 1999, and paid her respects at the Danish National Monument of Remembrance, where Madam President was received with military honours.

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