Less than a month after declaring itself independent of Serbia, Kosovo is lobbying the Islamic world for recognition, making its first major international outing at a summit of Muslim states.
Kosovo, whose move drew fierce objection from Serbia and Serbian ally Russia, still doesn't have a foreign ministry or embassies abroad.
"The main reason we are here is to get support for our independence," said Enver Hoxhaj, the government's minister of education who is leading the two-man mission.
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