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Jeremic: Ghana will not recognize Kosmet

07. March 2010. | 16:04

Source: EMportal

Serbian Foreign Minister Vuk Jeremic attended the celebration of the Ghana Independence Day in Accra.

Serbian Foreign Minister Vuk Jeremic attended the celebration of the Ghana Independence Day in Accra.

And he thanked Ghana for the principled support to Belgrade by not recognizing the unilateral independence of Kosmet.

Jeremic had talks with his colleague Alhaji Muhammad Mumini about the expansion of the bilateral cooperation, as well as with Minister of Trade and Industry Hannah Thet.

We have acquainted the leadership of Ghana with our intentions to continue the diplomatic battle for the defense of our territorial integrity, stated Jeremic.

According to him, the stance of Ghana is very important, due to its influence in Africa.


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