Dua Lipa is honored.
Dua Lipa, who had spent most of her childhood in Kosovo, was recently named the Ambassador of Kosovo and took to her social media to share a picture of her with Kosovo’s president, Vjosa Osmani-Sadriu, and wrote that the Madame President awarded her the title of Honorary Ambassador of Kosovo.
The singer described it as an honor and a privilege to be able to represent her nation throughout the world. She also vowed to keep up her work and efforts abroad to ensure that they leave a lasting impression and contribute to society. The young of Kosovo deserve the freedom to travel, Dua Lipa said, as well as the ability to dream big.
Dua Lipa also posted a few images of herself awarding an exclusive medallion and the title of Honorary Kosovo Ambassador to Vjosa Osmani-Sadriu. She accompanied the picture by saying that Dua Lipa now has the status of Honorary Ambassador of the Republic of Kosovo, continuing to represent the nation with pride in all of her actions and public appearances.
The president proceeded by thanking Dua Lipa on behalf of the people of the Republic of Kosovo for everything she has accomplished and for raising their voices throughout the globe. In 2018, Dukagjin Lipa, Dua Lipa's father, and Dua Lipa established the four-day Sunny Hill Festival in Pristina, the capital of Kosovo.
The artist Dua Lipa promoted visa liberalization for Kosovo people throughout the same Sunny Hill Festival. This was her first official act as an honorary ambassador. According to Dua, the Kosovo people will unite to urge their allies in Europe for assistance in granting visa liberalization to their nationals. While the Europeans impose restrictions on their freedom, the singer said, they will maintain their desire to be free. Dua Lipa, who was born in London, England, shifted back to Kosovo in 2008 when the republic declared independence.