Prishtina, 3 March 2020 – The Minister of European Integration, Mr. Blerim Reka, today, for the first time, reported to the Parliamentary Committee for European Integration.
In his overview, Minister Reka presented the findings in the Ministry he leads; reported on the implementation of European integration priorities, as well as on the priorities of this Ministry in this process.
He also highlighted that much work remains to be done because not even half of the SAA has been implemented, as well as ERA 1 and ERA 2 have not been completed. In this regard, he also highlighted the Visa Liberalization process, emphasizing once again the issue of 61 high-profile cases of organized crime and corruption, where no evidence has been submitted for their judicial conclusion, which is being sought by reluctant states in their positive decision-making on visa liberalization.
Responding to MPs’ questions, he stressed that the European Integration process is a marathon relay, not a government issue but a matter of the entire society and the state itself, whereby demanded that at least in these issues, position and opposition, have a unity over this strategic determination of our country. Minister Reka reiterated that during his mandate, he will be driven by the principle of accountability and transparency.
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