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Deputy Prime Minister Pacolli says to Senior EU official: Liberalize visas for Kosovo's youth and enable them free movement

"The acceleration of the visa liberalization process for the citizens of the Republic of Kosovo is of special importance, which would create new opportunities for all citizens of the country, especially for youth", said First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs, Pacolli during the meeting with the European Union Director for the Western Balkans and Turkey, Angelina Eichhorst

At this meeting with the Senior Official of EU, the First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Pacolli expressed the commitment and dedication of country's institutions for prompt fulfilment of the remaining criteria regarding visa liberalization. At this meeting was discussed about the overall political developments at the internal and external level, and in particular regarding the relation of Republic of Kosovo with the European Union.

Regarding this matter, it is considered of utmost important to further advance the relations between the Republic of Kosovo and the European Union. Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Pacolli expressed the commitment of the Republic of Kosovo to move towards Euro-Atlantic integration, by hoping that support will continue from the European Union.

"Our agenda remains unwavering towards European integration. However, visa liberalization remains a real problem. Only through the free movement of Kosovo's citizens there will be a chance to improve the image of the country and to open new perspectives and opportunities", said among others Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of Kosovo, Behgjet Pacolli.

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