EU foreign policy chief Borrell: Kosovo has met all criteria for visa liberalization



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The High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Josep Borrell declared that Kosovo has fulfilled all criteria for visa liberalization.

His declaration was shared by EULEX on social media.

Borrell also spoke about the dialogue process, informing that there will be another high-level meeting between the two states in June, but without specifying the date.

German MEP Peter Beyer also reacted to the issue, and referred to KFOR as “one of the elements that guarantee stability and security in Kosovo”.

“Visa liberalization for Kosovo now! I support Kosovo on its path to the European Union, the mission of KFOR is an important part of that because it brings stability and security in the country”, Beyer said.

Kosovo is the only country in the region that still has a visa regime in place, meaning that its citizens cannot travel freely to EU countries.



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