- Category: Politics
- Published on Sunday, 28 June 2020 10:21
June 26, 2020
In meetings with the European President Ursula von der Leyden and the European Union Enlargement Commissioner Oliver Verhaly, Kosovo's Prime Minister Avdulah Hoti said Pristina was 'decisively committed to pro-western orientation,' and that EU should enable its citizen's free movement, N1 reported on Friday.
The meetings' agenda included the visa liberalisation, the situation caused by the coronavirus pandemic, Kosovo's Government measures for the economic recovery after it, the latest political events and the new European reform.
"The visa liberalization remains the most urgent issue that has to be solved with the EU. Without it, the credibility of all processes involving the EU is jeopardised. Kosovo's Government and its civil society did a great job, and we hope that the EU will appreciate those achievements," Hoti said.
Serbia's President Aleksandar Vucic is due to separately meet the bloc's top officials.