Who Recognized Kosova/Kosovo? :) the Kosovar people thank you! (L)

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!


  1. Bruno Said,

    August 22, 2012 @ 18:38

    Good news.
    I am expecting the recognitions from Togo, Ethiopia, Egypt, Libya, Tunisia, Thailand, Mongolia, Equatorial Guinea, Israel, Papua New Guinea and others who have promissed to recognize Kosovo, and didn’t do it.

  2. Zhou Guanhuai,Guangzhou,China Said,

    August 23, 2012 @ 05:15

    Yes! Mali! the 92nd! Wonderful! Very close to the half!

  3. Irvi, Durrës, Albania Said,

    August 23, 2012 @ 09:12

    MFA and the Presidency of Kosovo removed Mali from the list of countries that recognised Kosovo.
    Totally without giving any explanation. For Mali exist the verbal note that DPM Pacolli published at a press conference in the headquarters of the government.

  4. KosovoThanksYou Said,

    August 23, 2012 @ 09:15

    Thank you Irvi. We will give them a few days to react. Difficult to understand and easy to question this type of behavior.

  5. Zbedan,Croatia Said,

    August 24, 2012 @ 01:07

    I don’t understand.Isn’t there a note verbale signed by the President of Mali?Then it makes the recognition a fact,or not?

  6. KosovoThanksYou Said,

    August 24, 2012 @ 01:09

    Hi Zbedan, the MFA should be able to confirm it in that case.

  7. Zhou Guanhuai,Guangzhou,China Said,

    August 24, 2012 @ 14:10

    It doesn’t matter.It is just need some time to clarify.I believe Mali will be the 92nd sooner or later.Let’s wait together for their recognition.

  8. Zbedan,Croatia Said,

    August 25, 2012 @ 01:35

    The government of Mali said that the note verbale is fake.I hope this isn’t fault of any Kosova official,or it could have disastrous consequences to Kosova’s credibility…

  9. Adem, Said,

    August 25, 2012 @ 08:47

    Yes, lets wait! but why did he have to lie. This way whole world will see Kosovo leaders as liers. Shame on them. If they are not capable to work, they should leave the scene. Shame on them.

  10. Ugur B. Said,

    August 27, 2012 @ 21:48

    The recognition will come very soon!
    what is about the CARICOM states which promises to recognize Kosovo as an independent state!?
    Please give us any informations and also about other states which promises Kosovo to recognize, too!

  11. Roger Said,

    October 5, 2012 @ 19:59

    I hope you confirm the Papua New Guinea’s recognition because in other medias have already done it.

  12. KosovoThanksYou Said,

    October 6, 2012 @ 10:20

    Hi Roger, we are waiting for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to confirm this as they have the last word. Given the past experiences, it is best accountability falls on the MoFA

  13. Roger Said,

    October 9, 2012 @ 17:13

    Ok..you are completely right…I hope it is soon….

  14. Roger Said,

    October 19, 2012 @ 22:49

    The time goes by and MoFA can’t confirm the Papua New Guinea’s recognition….I think they should make it public, because I’ve seen the note verbale in Wikipedia and they have ensured the veracity of the document. I hope you confirm soon. Saludos desde el Perú mi país natal….

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