New York, September 22, 2021- The President of the Republic of Kosovo, Vjosa Osmani, and Minister Gërvalla, in the light of their meetings with world leaders, during their stay in New York, met with the President of Guyana, Mohamed Irfaan Ali.
President Osmani, in the meeting with President Ali, provided an overview of developments in Kosovo and the region, including political and economic developments, but also challenges with the pandemic.
President Osmani, in this meeting as well, asked Guyana for lobbying support to its neighboring countries in Central and South America to recognize Kosovo's independence.
Regarding the dialogue with Serbia, it was stressed that the dialogue will make sense when at the end of it will follow mutual recognition within the current borders and according to the current legal order.
Further, the deepening of relations between the two countries was discussed. She mentioned promoting investment opportunities, trade and economic exchanges.
The Minister of Foreign Affairs and Diaspora, Donika Gërvalla, stressed the importance of cooperation in education, tourism and other areas of mutual interest.
President Ali said that Guyana has consistently supported Kosovo and expressed readiness to deepen relations between the two countries. He stressed the readiness of Guyana institutions to intensify relations with Kosovo, and re-emphasized his support for the process of membership in international organizations.