The EU published its annual report on Kosovo on Wednesday, hailing improvements in the country's rule of law reform, but condemning several policies enacted by the Kosovo Government as undermining Kosovo’s progress in relation to the EU.
A stark comparison between the social, political and economic development of Ukraine and Kosovo brings to light the EU’s asymmetric policies on visa liberalization.
Disappointed with the lack of free movement of Kosovo citizens, Kosovo MP and singer Labinot Tahiri today handed his passport over to the Civil Registry Agency.
The European Parliament voted today to initiate interinstitutional negotiations with other EU bodies that would waive visa requirements for Kosovo citizens to enter the Schengen Zone.
A European Parliament committee signaled its approval to begin negotiations on Kosovo’s visa liberalization package, following the fulfillment of Brussels’ demands on crime, corruption and border demarcation.