Vienna, 18 September 2020 – The Minister of Foreign Affairs and Diaspora, Ms. Haradinaj Stublla, concluded her official visit to Vienna, happy and proud of her compatriots who have prospered and hold administrative and political positions in this country, experts, activists of our Diaspora there, as well as representatives of Albanian-Austrian associations.
Minister Haradinaj Stublla held this meeting at the Embassy of the Republic of Kosovo in Vienna. Participants included Hazir Mehmeti, Director of the "League of Albanian Writers and Makers in Austria"; Valon Halimi, Director of the Coordination Council of Albanian Associations in Steiermark and Graz; Miradije Berishaj, President of "Naim Frashëri" Association in Austria; and Kaltrina Durmishi, President of the Coordination Council of Albanian associations in Vienna.
This cordial meeting was also attended by Rolanda Limani, Candidate for Member of the Austrian Parliament; Drita Cacaj, Former Candidate for Member of the Austrian Parliament; Nisret Bujari, Member of the City Council in Baden; and Bahri Troja, Coordinator of Integration Affairs at the Federal Office for Integration (Austrian Integration Fund).
“I am concluding my visit to Vienna with a meeting with our precious Diaspora. “These and many others are our most worthy representation, and they have a key role in building friendships and bridges of cooperation with Austria,” said the Chief Diplomat, happy with the achievements of our Diaspora in Austria.
“After extending my thanks and regards to them on behalf of Kosovo, I informed them about the processes currently unfolding in our country and the way forward. Our cooperation will continue to deepen, uniting you more with your country. The unification of our Diaspora is a message to us that together we can be a factor anywhere in the world. We are proud of you! ”, said Minister Haradinaj Stublla to those present at this meeting.
During her official visit, the Chief Diplomat of Kosovo also met with her counterpart, the Minister for Europe and Foreign Affairs of Austria, Alexander Schallenberg, and other senior officials of the Austrian state.