A vote on Kosovo’s visa waiver is expected to take place in the European Parliament in March or April.
European Parliament Spokesperson Ogamu Yan said that the visa waiver for Kosovo is expected to be put to a vote at the European Parliament’s General Assembly session scheduled for March 29-30 or April 17-20.
The visa waiver for Kosovo was finally approved by the European Parliament’s Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs.
This is the first of a series of votes expected in the coming weeks, which will lead to the final decision on the abolition of the visa regime for Kosovo citizens.
Finally, the interior ministers of EU member states must also vote.
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