Mini-Schengen aims to expand Russian and Chinese influence in Balkans


Gazeta Express
19 Nëntor 2019 15:17

The outgoing Prime Minister of Kosovo, Ramush Haradinaj, addressed today journalists about the Balkan mini-Schengen, which he called “Belgrade-based Russian and Chinese influence,” Gazeta Express reports. He said that mini-Schengen is not in Kosovo’s interest and has nothing to do with the visa liberalization process. Haradinaj said that mini-Schengen is just an expansion, which Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic, Albanian PM Edi Rama and North Macedonia PM Zoran Zaev are inviting Kosovo to join in. “It is not in Kosovo’s or Europe’s interest. Russia and China are installed in all aspects in Belgrade. Kosovo has no interest in expansion of Russian and Chinese influence in Europe.” /GazetaExpress/

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