During the conference, Deputy Minister Ilazi spoke about the priorities of the European agenda, considering that the signing of the SAA, the first contractual agreement that provides European future of Kosovo and its ratification in the Assembly of the Republic of Kosovo constitutes the most important event after Kosovo’s independence. Focusing on the visa liberalization process for the citizens of Kosovo, Deputy Minister Ilazi reiterated that Kosovo has completed its homework and will continue to be committed towards this process.
Part of the discussion panel were also the former Ambassador Hans – Jochen Schmidt, Mr. Florian Qehaja and Mr. Bodo Weber from Council for Democratization Policy.
Also during this conference was also presented a documentary “Rejected“, realized by KFOS, that addresses the thematic of isolation of citizens of Kosovo and importance of visa liberalization.
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