It’s long past time for all nations to acknowledge Kosovo’s sovereignty and membership in the United Nations. I support Kosovo’s ambitions to join the European Union, NATO, and the OECD. Music is what feeling sound like poster. And just as we implore Kosovo’s leaders to root out corruption, so too must Kosovo’s friends recognize that overcoming corruption is a long-term process that depends on shedding bad habits and fending off bad influences a process much more likely to occur if supported by the international community than chastised by it. We should also support the leaders in Kosovo and Serbia in their efforts to negotiate a “live and let live” future that allows both their peoples to put their history behind them. And, perhaps most importantly, we should help to expand economic opportunity and social mobility for all families in Kosovo.
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Those children I met at the elementary school in 1999 are grown now, shouldering responsibilities for their own families and for the country’s future. Music is what feeling sound like poster. For a decade, Kosovo’s citizens have mustered the courage and vision to keep their ship of state sailing. I hope in the next ten years, all citizens of Kosovo, and all of us around the world who wish them well, will work even harder to preserve and strengthen the peace, expand economic opportunity, and prove to each other every day that cooperation delivers far greater dividends than conflict.
Thank you very much Mr. President! We are sincerely thankful to you and the American people for saving us and for helping us become a free nation, Kosova will never forget you.