The President of the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Kosovo, Mrs. Arta Rama-Hajrizi, welcomed in an introductory meeting the EU Special Representative and new Head of EU Office in Kosovo, Ms. Nataliya Apostolov, on Thursday, 1 December 2016.
President Rama-Hajrizi wished Ms. Apostolova success with the position whereto she is newly appointed, and considered the hitherto cooperation of the Constitutional Court with the EU Office in Kosovo as excellent.
Composition and functioning, cooperation with counterpart institutions and other international organizations, and challenges faced by the Constitutional Court while performing its duties were among the topics that were discussed in the bilateral meeting.
The conversation included other topics related to the functioning of the system of justice in the country, whereupon President Rama-Hajrizi expressed her gratitude for the continuous support and assistance that the EU Office has provided to the Court, but also to other local institutions, in strengthening the rule of law in Kosovo.
Ms. Apostolova expressed the EU Office willingness and readiness to provide further support to the Constitutional Court and other local institutions towards the application of EU justice standards.
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