Albania's Prime and Kosovo's President attends 17th Francophonie Summit.

Albania's Prime and Kosovo's President attends 17th Francophonie Summit.

 Hashim Thaci and Edi Rama guests at 17th Francophony Summit.

 Kosovo President Hashim Thaci and Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama attended Thursday the opening ceremony of the 17th Francophony Summit in Armenia's capital, Yerevan.

The Francophone Summit gathers the Franco-speaking world community.

In a press release to the media, the Presidency has announced that the most important issues that will be discussed for Kosovo in this Summit are the advancement of the status of the Republic of Kosovo by an observer who is currently in an associate member.

 While the Albanians Prime Edi Rama writes in his Facebook profile:

"Kosovo passes the approval test and from an observer in an associate member of the International Francophony Organization. Congratulations to Kosovo and all those who worked for this important vote for the progress of our second state."

Among the participants in this Summit are the President of France, Emmanuel Macron, the Prime Minister of Canada, Justin Trudeau, Prince of Monaco, Albert II, the Prime Minister of Albania, Edi Rama, and many other leaders of the Francophone countries.

Apart from its leaders, part of this summit are other organizations and partners including the United States of America, UNESCO, the Portuguese Language States, the African Union, the Arab League, the Sovereign Order of Malta, the International Telecommunication Union, the National Fund United for Population and many others.

The Kosovo Presidency has also announced that at the invitation of Armenian President Armen Sarkissian, President Thaçi will be part of some organizations for the days he will remain in this country.
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