Hleb, a former head of protocol in the Slovenian Foreign Ministry, said that he was pleased to be representing his country in the independent and sovereign state of Kosovo.
“Slovenia and Kosovo are old friends, and that is why I believe that my task will be easy, because it will be facilitated by the excellent relations between our countries,” Hleb said in Priština.
He added that he would support the continuing improvement of relations between Slovenia and Kosovo.
Sejdiu also commended the support of the Slovenian people and institutions in championing Kosovo’s freedom and independence, adding that he also hoped that ties between “the two countries” would become even deeper.
The Slovenian parliament recognized Kosovo independence on March 6, 2008.
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