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First Kosovo diplomats head to their posts

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Norway opens embassy in Kosovo
First three Republic of Kosovo chargé d’affaires began work yesterday in Albania, Austria and Turkey.

During the week is expected for seven others to travel to the host countries. Kosovo president has decreed the opening of Kosovo embassies in ten states, respectively in Washington DC, London, Paris, Brussels, Berlin, Rome, Vienna, Bern, Ankara and Tirana.

Sejdiu stated that Kosovo now has a modest network of diplomatic representations, and the expansion will be done according to possibilities.

Norway will today increase diplomatic cooperation with Kosovo by opening its embassy in Prishtina, confirmed yesterday in Prishtina Elisabeth Walaas, Deputy Foreign Minister of Norway.

During the meetings with Kosovo officials, Walaas promised the support of her country for the economic development of Kosovo.

"Norway is committed to continue close cooperation with Kosovo and its authorities with the aim of contributing to economic and social development," said the Norwegian diplomat.

After the declaration of independence, several foreign countries established diplomatic relations with Kosovo and  upgraded their liaison offices in Prishtina into embassies.

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Republika e Kosoves since 1981 said:

Nexhat Domi
Thx Norway
Proud to be Kosova Albanian in Norway!
October 21, 2008
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