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New Zealand recognizes Kosovo independence

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New Zealand recognizes Kosovo as an independent and sovereign country through an act of establishment of diplomatic relations, informs the Foreign Ministry of the Republic of Kosovo.

Recognition is done through the act of establishment of diplomatic relations, respectively, through agreement for the accreditation of Mr. Muhamet Hamiti as Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Ambassador of the Republic of Kosovo to New Zealand, resident in London.

Notification has come today by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade of New Zealand, through a diplomatic note sent to the Foreign Minister of the Republic of Kosovo, Skender Hyseni.

New Zealand becomes the 63rd country that recognizes Kosovo's independence.  

Comments (8)

alban.kcomment@gmail.com said:

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Thank You New Zeland, It count so much... Thank You, Thank You so many times.

Thank You dear Croatian Friends, Our happiness became twice bigger when we see to have such sincere feelings.

1000 Grazie Roberto, Ti assicuro che la celebrazione non e mancata ;)

http://kcomment.blogspot.com/
 
December 07, 2009
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robert-0 said:

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I feel like i'm at the recognition reunion :) thanks so much, kiwis of new zealand, and congratulations to all the people of kosovo/a. it's been a long and sometimes arduous struggle, but we keep moving forward. with each additional recognition, we are that much more secure, that much more validated on the international stage.

the ICJ case has been a pain, has put up roadblocks, but ultimately it will backfire against them, i have no doubt. the world court will never vote to recolonize Kosovo/a -- certainly not after all that has gone down. that is simply delusional thinking.

there is lots of work ahead, but for tonight i say: let's celebrate!

ciao.

roberto
frisco
 
November 11, 2009
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Illyrian Princess said:

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Thank You, Tomislav. I am glad to know that people care about our future or any body's future in this world and not put people down for them trying. I used to live in Varazdin, Croatia. Beautiful place! :)
 
November 10, 2009
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Illyrian Princess said:

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Thank You, NZ! :)
 
November 10, 2009
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Tomislav said:

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Great news, dear friends!
I count with you and every new country which recognizes Kosovo independence is a new reason for my happiness! All the best, prosperity and more new recognitions as soon as possible for your beloved country!
Your Croatian friend,
Tomislav, Pula.
 
November 10, 2009
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fatih koparan said:

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!!!!!! it has been 4 months and i have been checking kosovothanksyou.com 10 times everyday first thing in the morning! i have just came and hopelessly tried again and saw that New Zealand has recognized Kosovo! what a suprise!!! THANK YOU NEW ZEALAND FROM TURKEY!
 
November 09, 2009
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buki said:

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Thank you New Zealand!

This recognition sets the stage of new recognitions to follow from the pacific...

Long Live Kosova
 
November 09, 2009
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Sookie said:

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Thank you a lot NZ!
 
November 09, 2009
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