Never promised a fixed date for visa liberalization, says Kurti

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Kosovo Prime Minister Albin Kurti declared on Thursday that he has not made any promises on the date when will visa liberalization happen.

Kurti was addressing critics in parliament made by the deputy leader of the Democratic Party of Kosovo, Enver Hoxhaj.

Kurti reiterated that the removal of the visas is not up to Kosovo and that the country has done its part, reported KosovaPress.

“I am the prime minister who has never made any promises related to lifting the visa regime for the people of Kosovo, be that during electoral campaign or in office. We’ve had examples in the past of politicians saying 15 months, 90 days, this year or next year. You’ve never heard me say that because I know that it doesn’t depend from us. We have fulfilled 95 conditions but the skepticism is coming from member countries and not European institutions”, he said.

“Sometimes statements coming from Brussels are not in the same line with Brussels itself, and we’re trying with patience and commitment to clarify them, but there’s not much other we can do”, Kurti added.

President Vjosa Osmani said earlier during the down that the country will not accept any additional guidelines on visa liberalization.

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