Dua Lipa Has Been Named Honorary Ambassador of Kosovo

On Saturday, the 26-year-old Grammy and Billboard award-winning singer Dua Lipa shared on social media that Kosovo President Vjosa Osmani has conferred her the honorary status of “ambassador to Kosovo.”

In an Instagram post, Lipa said, “It’s an honor and a privilege to be able to represent my country throughout the world and to continue my work and efforts abroad to see that we leave our imprint and make a difference.”

“The youth of Kosovo deserve the freedom to travel, dream large, and access to visa liberalization. I’m grateful.

Dua Lipa traveled to Kosovo to perform at the Sunny Hill Festival in Pristina, the country’s capital. Osmani also acknowledged Dukagjin Lipa, Dua’s father, as the festival’s creator.

Dua Lipa’s appointment as Honorary Ambassador of the Republic of Kosovo was announced by the President of Kosovo over various social media sites, including Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.

Dua Lipa Has Been Named Honorary Ambassador of Kosovo

A post by the President of Kosovo stated, “Today, I bestowed the status of Honorary Ambassador of the Republic of Kosovo to Dua Lipa because she continues to honor our country in every stride and every appearance,” and the post included a quote from the President of Kosovo.

I thanked her on behalf of the entire Republic of Kosovo for everything she has done and continues to do to ensure that our country’s voice is heard worldwide. She has been of great assistance to me in this matter.

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Dua Lipa’s parents are Albanian and are originally from Kosovo, although they moved to England before the singer was born. Dua Lipa was born in England. Her family history begins in Kosovo and continues in the United States.

Due to the success that she has had in the music industry, many in her homeland now consider her to be a huge source of national pride. People from different parts of the world have become interested in her because of her achievements.

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