Chargé d’Affaires, Permanent Mission of Barbados to the United Nations, Juliette Babb-Riley (right) and Consul General of the Republic of Kosovo in New York Teuta Sahatqija exchanging a handshake after signing the Joint Communiqué to officially formalise diplomatic relations between Barbados and Kosovo. (GP
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Barbados has established diplomatic relations with Georgia and Kosovo.
Chargé d’Affaires in Barbados’ Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Juliette Babb-Riley, signed joint communiqués formalising the establishment of bilateral relations with both countries, in New York last week.
Ambassador and Permanent Representative of Georgia, Kaha Imnadze, initialled the document on behalf of his country, the purpose of which is to promote mutual understanding and cooperation between Barbados and Georgia.
Chargé d’Affaires, Permanent Mission of Barbados to the United Nations, Juliette Babb-Riley (right) and Ambassador and Permanent Representative to Georgia, Kaha Imnadze as they signed the Joint Communiqué to formalise diplomatic relations between Barbados and Georgia. (GP)
Head of Mission of Kosovo’s Consulate General in New York, Teuta Sahatqija, signed the joint communiqué on behalf of her nation. Both Governments reaffirmed their commitment to the principles of international law, including mutual respect for national sovereignty; territorial integrity, and non-interference in the internal affairs of another state.
Barbados and Kosovo agreed to promote the ties of friendship and widen mutual cooperation. (BGIS)