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Burundi recognition acknowledged by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Republic of Kosovo, total count 95

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Republic of Kosovo has updated its web site to include Burundi as the 93rd UN Member State to recognize Kosovo. The recognition has been dated to 28th of October 2012.

This brings the total count to 95 UN Member States to recognize Kosovo.

We want to whole heartedly thank the people of Burundi for their friendship and acceptance.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs did not issue any other communication regarding the Burundi recognition.

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Fiji recognition confirmed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Republic of Kosovo

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Republic of Kosovo has confirmed the Fiji recognition.

The Verbal Note confirming the recongition of Kosovo as an independent state has been received by the MFA.

This makes Fiji the 94th UN Member state to recognize Kosovo.

We would like to extend our thanks to the people of Fiji and look forward to a long-lasting friendship.

We would also like to commend the Ministry of Foreign Affairs for following and respecting the process by confirming the recognition as official upon having received the Verbal Note. We strongly support this approach and procedure.

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Timor-Leste (East Timor) recognizes Kosovo

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Republic of Kosovo today announced that Timor-Leste has formally recognized Kosovo.

This makes Timor-Leste the 93rd UN Member State to recognize Kosovo.

We want to thank the people of Timor-Leste for their friendship and acceptance.

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Papua New Guinea recognizes Kosovo

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Republic of Kosovo today confirmed that Papua New Guinea has recognized Kosovo as an independent state. Papua New Guinea becomes the 92 UN Member state to recognize Kosovo.

Earlier media reports of this recognition remained unconfirmed. The recognition has been communicated at the United Nations in New York at the meeting between the Papua New Guinean and Kosovar delegations.

We thank the people of Papua New Guinea for their friendship and acceptance.

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Update on Mali recognition (Update 3)

Update 3: The Deputy Prime Minister of Kosovo, Mr Behgjet Pacolli, has declared that Mali has not recognized Kosovo. Pacolli explains the situation as having arisen from internal problems in Mali.

Update 2: Kosovo Media citing the Global Times are reporting that the news about Mali’s recognition of Kosovo has been refuted by the Republic Mali.
KosovoThanksYou.com urges the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Kosovo to provide an explanation about the prompt addition of Mali on the list of countries that recognize Kosovo.

Update 1: The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Republic of Kosovo has not yet confirmed the recognition of Kosovo by Mali. The earlier acknowledgement of this recognition, listed on the web site of the Kosovar Ministry of Foreign Affairs, has been removed. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Republic of Kosovo has not released any other communique on this subject.

We call on the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to clarify the status of this recognition.

The recognition announced by the Deputy Prime Minister Behgjet Pacolli last week, has been acknowledged by the Kosovo Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The Republic of Mali has been listed as having recognized Kosovo. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Republic of Kosovo has not released any official communication on this recognition.

Mali becomes the 92nd UN Member State to recognize the Republic of Kosovo.

We would like to thank wholeheartedly the people of Mali for their offer of friendship and understanding.

Thank you Mali!

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Chad recognizes Republic of Kosovo

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Republic of Kosovo today announced that Chad has recognized Kosovo as an independent state. This makes Chad the 91st UN Member state to recognize Kosovo.

We thank Chad and the people of Chad for their friendship and support.

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Brunei Darussalam recognizes Kosovo

Brunei Darussalam has recognized Kosovo as an independent state according to a communique issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Republic of Kosovo.

The recognition was communicated via a letter sent to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs by the Minister Mohamed Bolkiah of the Brunei Darussalam Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade.

This makes Brunei Darussalam the 90th UN Member state to recognize Kosovo.

We would like to thank the people of Brunei for their friendship and recognition.

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Sao Tome and Principe recognizes Kosovo

According to global media reports, the Council of Ministers of Sao Tome and Principe decided to recognize Kosovo as a full member of the international community. The decision was made during the last meeting of the Council of Ministers and was communicated on state television by the Government spokesman Abnildo de Oliveira.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Republic of Kosovo is yet to confirm this news.

We want to thank the people of Sao Tome and Principe for their support!

Media reports in: RTP and Afriquejet.

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Ghana recognizes Kosovo

The Deputy Prime Minister of Kosovo, Mr Behgjet Pacolli, has confirmed for Kosovar media that Republic of Ghana has recognized Kosovo.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has updated the list of official countries recognizing Kosovo and has included Ghana as the 86th UN Member state to recognize Kosovo.

We would like to thank the Ghanian people for extending the hand of friendship and to all involved in securing the recognition from the first independent African state.

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MFA lists Cote d’Ivoire and Nigeria as official recognitions

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has updated the list of official countries recognizing Kosovo by adding Cote d’Ivoire and Nigeria as countries that recognize officially the Republic of Kosovo.

This brings the total number of countries that recognize Kosovo to 85.

We would like to wholeheartedly thank the people of Cote d’Ivoire and Nigeria  for their recognitions and freindship.

Thank you Cote d’Ivoire and Nigeria!

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