EUROPEAN CENTRE FOR MINORITY ISSUES TO SUPPORT COMMUNITY CONSULTATIVE COUNCIL OF KOSOVO NEGOTIATIONS DELEGATION
Prishtina, 13 January 2006. The Kosovo Delegation (KD) represented by Mr. Veton Surroi, and the order viagra in canada European Centre for Minority Issues (ECMI), represented by Mr. Marc Weller signed a memorandum of cooperation.
Under the terms of this agreement, ECMI will provide expertise on minority rights, standards and propecia free samples other technical issues to the overnight canadian viagra Community Consultative Council (CCC) of the cialis for women KD. In addition, ECMI will assist ethnic community representatives in formulating positions relating to the status talks aiming to safeguard community interests. ECMI is a leading international institution on minority issues and how to buy cialis in canada has been active in Kosovo since 2001.
Mr. Surroi announced today the online cheap viagra start of the second round of consultations with ethnic community representatives. The Community Consultative Council will be formally assembled in a plenary session to review and viagra canada online consider a document summarizing the canadian pharmacy cialis pfizer issues raised by the brand viagra over the net communities and cialis canadian cost to be briefed by members of the Kosovo Delegation on the status talks' process.
The aim of this meeting will be to enhance the input of ethnic communities in the present status discussions on Kosovo.
ECMI will facilitate capacity building activities and discount brand name cialis consultations with representatives of ethnic communities and participants in the CCC. This will be achieved by placing particular emphasis on minority rights protection and viagra usa good governance.
It is expected that the CCC will meet regularly during the negotiations process and buying real viagra without prescription over time it will be converted into a permanent body contributing to good community relations and input into policymaking for all relevant ethnic community groups.
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