Ghana confirms it withdraws recognition of Kosovo

Ghana confirms it withdraws recognition of Kosovo

Ghana confirms it withdraws recognition of Kosovo Izvor: Printskrin/Youtube/Eagle The Agency

Ghana’s Deputy Foreign Minister Charles Owiredu confirmed Accra had withdrawn earlier decision to recognise Kosovo as an independent state, the news agency reported on Tuesday.

 He added the 2012 decision on recognition was “surely brought with a wish for peace and harmony.”

“Today,” he said, “the decision is considered premature and in violation of the UN Security Council Resolution 1244,” which is neutral regarding Kosovo’s status.

Serbia’s Foreign Ministry said on Monday that it had been informed that Ghana had revoked its decision to recognise Kosovo s an independent state. However, Pristina denied the withdrawal, adding Ghana had an accredited ambassador to Kosovo and an honorary consul,”


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