The European Parliament’s support for Kosovo is not expected to result in visa liberalization

The European Parliament’s support for Kosovo is not expected to result in visa liberalization

Kosovo’s support for visa liberalization in the last plenary session of the European Parliament is being viewed with skepticism in Kosovo. Experts in international relations say that this is a repeated statement, which has no great effect. According to them, the European Parliament does not oblige the Council of Ministers and the European Commission for such a thing, which made the free movement of citizens remain an unresolved issue, especially of member states that have not recognized Kosovo.

Arbër Fetahu from the Group for Legal and Political Studies (GLSP), says that it is unfair for Kosovo to be the most isolated country in Europe, when it is known that the latter has met the conditions and tasks given in long periods.

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