The rapid moves in the Kosovo Pension Savings Fund investments during March prompted criticism from the opposition that in the absence of a board, the Pension Fund is failing to withdraw investments from declining financial markets.
More than 10 million euros have been invested in a factory to process animal waste that, years later, is still not working.
The Swiss embassy in Kosovo on Friday declared that the country will allocate 86 million euros for Kosovo to support economic projects, the development of democracy and water capacity.
Kosovo’s government is putting its faith in a new Law on Strategic Investments to turn around years of sluggish foreign investment, but many obstacles will remain.
Kosovo must find ways to tempt its large diaspora community to put its money to work back home.