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Isa Mustafa highlighted investment opportunities of the Republic of Kosovo particularly in areas of tourism, roads, agriculture, energy and renewable energy.
The Constitutional Court of the Republic of Kosovo in terms of time evaluation of constitutionality applies the form of repressive (subsequent) control of the constitutionality of laws with the Constitution after their entry into force, respectively, during the implementation of laws by administrative bodies and other relevant public institutions.
By contrast, the Republic of Kosovo (9)--founded in 2008, (10) nine years after then-President Bill Clinton bombed strongman Slobodan Milosevic's Serbian Army out of its occupation of the Kosovo Province--has carved out an aggressive media landscape that is nearly as press-friendly as the nation that gave it birth.
The President said this while speaking to Enver Hoxhaj Foreign Minister of Republic of Kosovo during meeting at the Presidency on Monday.
The recognition of the Republic of Kosovo came in a statement issued today by the Foreign Ministry.
"We are confident that our service to Prishtina will further contribute to the ever growing ties between the Republic of Kosovo and the UAE.
Dritan Gjonbalaj, director general, Civil Aviation Authority, Republic of Kosovo, added: "As the first UAE carrier to fly to Kosovo, Air Arabia is at the forefront of a significant trend, with the flow of goods, services and people between the two countries only likely to increase in the coming years."
High-flyingCeAir Arabia has announced a new destination will be added to its ever-expanding radar - the Republic of Kosovo
The President of the Republic of Kosovo threw out the first pitch at the Kosovo Mid-Summer Softball Classic, an embassy-sponsored event at Pristina Stadium that brought together political leaders and embassy staff for a softball tournament and barbecue.
In an interview with Radio Free Europe on August 3, Kosovo president Atifete Jahjaga said that there was "no choice other than the rule of law and the full implementation of constitutionality and legality across the entire territory of the Republic of Kosovo".
By contrast, the 72 UN member states which currently recognize the Republic of Kosovo as an independent state include only one of the nine most populous states (the United States) and only four of the 20 most populous states (the United States, Japan, Germany and Turkey).
Notwithstanding that (by my rough calculations) states encompassing between 80% and 90% of the world's population recognize the State of Palestine while states encompassing only between 10% and 20% of the world's population recognize the Republic of Kosovo, the Western media (and, indeed, much of the non-Western media as well) act as though Kosovo's independence were an accomplished fact while Palestine's independence is only an aspiration which can never be realized without Israeli-American consent, and much of international public opinion (including, apparently, the Palestinian leadership in Ramallah) has, at least until recently, permitted itself to be brainwashed into thinking and acting accordingly.