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Kosovo to explore trade relations with Bangladesh

Kosovo to explore trade relations with Bangladesh

Pristina, Kosovo, Feb 23: President of Kosovo Hashim Thaci has stressed exploring trade opportunities with Bangladesh when Bangladesh State Minister for Foreign Affairs Shahriar Alam called on him at his office in Kosovo recently. State Minister for Foreign Affairs Shahriar Alam called on President of Kosovo and the Speaker of the National Parliament of Kosovo, said a press release. The Kosovo President expressed great gratitude to the government of the Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina for recognizing the independence of Kosovo and establishing formal diplomatic relations. He said the as a historian he always followed the developments of this part of the world and the history of Bangladesh. He hoped for bright future for the Kosovo-Bangladesh relations in the future in political, economic and cultural fields. State Minister mentioned that Kosovo also emerged as an independent nation after making the extreme sacrifice like Bangladesh and Bangladesh will always understand and remember the heavy price paid by Kosovo for its independence. He assured all assistance from Bangladesh for Kosovo for gaining and enjoying full statehood. He also briefed the recent developments made by Bangladesh in various socio-economic sectors and the Vision 2021 and the Vision 2041 of the Government under Prime Minister. The President of Kosovo took great interest in the development efforts and achievements of Bangladesh as its experience would be a good example for a newly independent country like Kosovo. He conveyed his good wishes and heartfelt thanks to Prime Minister through the State Minister and hoped to visit Bangladesh at a suitable time to see the developments in person. The State Minister also met the Speaker of the Parliament and discussed way and means to establish cooperation between the Parliaments of two countries. The Kosovo Speaker emphasized that as a very young democratic country, Kosovo has much to learn from Bangladesh as it has now a vibrant multi-party democracy yielding benefits for its peoples.

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