The Ministry of Foreign Affairs today announced that Singapore has recognized Kosovo as an independent and sovereign state.
Singapore becomes the 113th UN Member State to recognize Kosovo as a free and independent nation.
We thank the people of Singapore for their friendship and recognition.Â Majulah Singapura!
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Republic of Kosovo has just announced that Republic ofÂ Suriname has recognizes Kosovo as an independent state.
We thank the people of Suriname for their friendship, support and recognition. Thank you!
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Republic of Kosovo today announced thatÂ Antigua and Barbuda has recognized Kosovo as an independent state. Reception of theÂ verbal note confirming the recognition has been confirmedÂ by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
We want to thank the people ofÂ Antigua and Barbuda for their acceptance, friendship and support.
Thank youÂ Antigua and Barbuda!
Update: the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Arab Republic of Egypt has issued a statement on its web site confirming Egypt has decided to recognize Kosovo as an independent state. For the moment there is no mention of Verbal Note exchange from Ministries of either Kosovo or Egypt. We expect a Verbal Note or equivalent will be communicated shortly.
The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Republic of Kosovo announced today that Egypt decided to officially recognize Kosovo as an independent and free state. The news was communicated during a phone call between the ministers of these two countries.
In accordance with our policy on counting recognitions as official only once a Verbal Note has been delivered, we will await for confirmation that a Verbal Note or equivalent has been received by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Republic of Kosovo.
We would like to thank the people of Egypt for their friendship, acceptance and support. This makes Egypt the 101st UN Member state to recognize Kosovo.
Thank you Egypt!
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Republic of Kosovo has confirmed the recognition by Republic of Guyana. The two countries signed a document establishing diplomatic relations thus confirming in writing the recognition of Kosovo by Guyana.
Guyana becomes the 100th UN Member state to recognize Kosovo as a free nation.
We thank the people of Guyana for their friendship and acceptance.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Republic of Kosovo has yet to confirm the recognition by Tanzania, the verbal note of which has been secured by the Deputy Prime Minister of Kosovo,Â Behgjet Pacolli.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Republic of Kosovo has confirmed that Republic of Yemen has recognized Kosovo. The Verbal Note, received by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Republic of Kosovo, has been signed by the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Republic of Yemen,Â Dr. Abu Bekr Abdullah al-Qirbi, and states that Yemen decided to establish diplomatic relations with Kosovo.
We thank the people of Yemen for their friendship and acceptance.
Yemen becomes the 99th UN Member state to reconize Kosovo as a free nation.
The other three remaining recognitions, by Guyana, Egypt and Tanzania, have yet to be confirmed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
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One year after Macedonia recognized Kosovo, this Saturday, the foreign minister of Kosovo Skender Hyseni and his Macedonian counterpart Antonio Milošoski signed an act for establishing diplomatic relations between the Republic of Kosovo and Republic of Macedonia.
“Convinced that the establishment of the diplomatic relations between our countries will contribute to cooperation and mutual understanding as well as peace and security inÂ the region”Â is stated on the agreement.
It is also stated that both countries will at opportune time open embassies and accredit their ambassadors.
Source: MFA of Kosovo
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Kosovo confirmed that the Dominican Republic has recognized the Republic of Kosovo as an independent state.
The recognition was confirmed by the Dominican Republic Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and was announced on July 10th.Â “The Government of the Dominican Republic, based on the constitutional authority and in line with policies and international laws for recognition of states has decided to recognize the independent Republic of Kosovo,” says in the letter sent to Foreign Ministry of the Republic of Kosovo.
This decision was first announced by the leader of the New Kosovo Allience (AKR), Behgjet Pacolli who visited the region of Central America including the Dominican Republic a few weeks ago.
We would like to thank the people of Dominican Republic for their support and recognition and look forward to forging closer relations with the Caribbean Republic.
Recognition letter:Â Download
Other sources:Â New Kosova Report, Gazeta Express
The Department of Labour of New Zealand announces that the Republic of Kosovo passports are acceptable for New Zealand since June 5, 2009.
The statement says that the Kosovo passport meets the definition of a passport as specified under Section 2 of the Immigration Act. All Kosovo passports issued by the Republic of Kosovo, both standard and diplomatic, are considered acceptable travel documents and thus valid for travel to New Zealand if the holder meets immigration policy.
New Zealand has not recognized the republic of Kosovo as an independent state as yet as opposed to it’s close neighbour, Australia, which recognized Kosovo just two days after the declaration of independence. However, the recognition of the passports is a step forward towards recognition of Kosovo institutions.
Download the Department of Labour of NZ statement
See the complete list of passports