Kosovo visas not among priorities of EU Finnish Council Presidency

Gazeta Express
3 Korrik 2019 10:23

Head of the EU Office in Kosovo, Nataliya Apostolova, and Finnish Ambassador to Kosovo, Pia Stjernvall, have presented Tuesday priorities of the Finland’s EU Council presidency. During a reception held in Pristina are mentioned many priorities, but not visa liberalisation for Kosovo.

The reception was attended by Kosovo prime minister, Ramush Haradinaj, who asked Finnish Presidency to present the agenda on visa liberalisation to the European leaders. “Today, we have a request for you. We want Finland to present the agenda on visa liberalisation, I think time has come and we need your courage in order for the EU leaders to give Kosovo citizens what they deserve,” Haraidnaj said.

Head of the EU Office in Kosovo, Nataliya Apostolova, said the priorities of the European Union in Kosovo ae strengthening of rule of law, competition, support reforms in Kosovo, but she has not mentioned visa liberalisation. Finnish Ambassador to Kosovo, Stjernvall said that reforms in the rule of law are crucial for Kosovo. She said that Finland during its EU’s presidency will focus on climate change. “We support European perspective of Western Balkans, as soon as countries fulfil the criteria,” she said. /GazetaExpress/

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