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AAK conditions further dialogue with visa liberalisation

Pristina – The party of Kosovo’s Prime Minister Ramush Haradinaj has submitted a draft-resolution to the parliament, asking the Government in Pristina not to resume dialogue with Belgrade (planned for 18 July), until the EU takes a final decision on removing visas for citizens of Kosovo, reprots Gazeta Express. The resolution highlights practical problems citizens of Kosovo face, being the only ones in the region that require visas for the entry in the EU.

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