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No great expectations for Kosovo’s liberalization of visas in 2017

By   /   30/11/2016  /   Comments Off on No great expectations for Kosovo’s liberalization of visas in 2017

Prime Minister of Kosovo, Isa Mustafa said that Kosovo may not benefit from the visa liberalization regime in 2017 either, if the agreement for the border demarcation with Montenegro is not ratified.

PM Mustafa made these declarations today during the government meeting.

Mustafa has proposed a committee to be formed in order to evaluate Kosovo’s territory.

The same opinion is also shared by experts of European integration. Professor of European Law, Avni Mazreku told IBNA that authorities have not shown any political will in meeting delivering the criteria for the liberalization of visas.

“Kosovo is lacking political stability as a result of political developments”, says Mazreku, adding that the country has no macroeconomic stability.

Mazreku also says that Kosovo must work hard in the domain of the rule of law, which is very important for the process of the liberalization of visas.

In Kosovo, the opposition claims that the demarcation process has not made a fair lineage of the border with Montenegro and it has warned that it will take action against this agreement. /balkaneu.com/

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