President Jahjaga thanked Prince Charles about the vital role of the UK for freedom and independence and to building a stable democracy in our country. She stressed that their visit in Kosovo reaffirms the special ties between the powerful and the Republic of Kosovo and the United Kingdom.
The interlocutors discussed the deepening of cooperation between the Republic of Kosovo and the UK, Kosovo’s progress in building a democratic state, as well as international recognition of Kosovo.
They also discussed their shared commitment to Kosovo and the UK to maintain and promote religious tolerance and the prevention of sexual violence during the war. The meeting also discussed the country’s economic development and the continuation of reforms for creating new opportunities for the youth of Kosovo.
President Jahjaga on this occasion Prince Charles decorated with the Order for Peace, Democracy and Humanism “Dr. Ibrahim Rugova “, for his vital contribution in support of peace, harmony and understanding between the people of Kosovo and beyond.
Prince and The Duchess then laid flowers to the Memorial to the Missing, where families urged to pressure Serbia to return the missing.
Women from the association “Mothers’ Call” have sought to put pressure on Serbia in order to return to their loved ones missing, while criminals are brought to justice.
Ferdane Qerkezi, tearfully confessed to Prince Charles that lacks husband and her two sons, whose remains are somewhere in Serbia.She said the Prince to put pressure on Serbia to turn to their missing loved ones, and, criminals are brought to justice.
During a short walk to the square “Ibrahim Rugova”, the Prince of Wales, Charles, she has met many citizens who have thanked him for his visit to our country.
Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla arrived yesterday for a two-day visit to Kosovo. British guests were welcomed in Pristina International Airport “Adem Jashari” with a ceremonial reception by the President of the Republic of Kosovo, Atifete Jahjaga and the British ambassador in Kosovo, Ruairi O’Connell.
Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla came to visit in Kosovo, as part of a tour started on March 14 to visit Croatia, Serbia, Montenegro and Kosovo.After the welcoming ceremony at the airport a reception was organized in Pristina, at the hotel “Swiss Diamond”.
On top of hosts Kosovo was Prime Minister Isa Mustafa and his associates, as well as with representatives of the opposition, while there were also US Ambassador Greg Delawie, Ambassador of France, Maryse Daviet, that of Germany, Angelika Viets and representative of the EU, Sammuel Zbogar.