Kosovo Prime Minister Albin Kurti has stated that Kosovo residents will be able to travel visa-free by January 1, 2024 at the latest.
Noting that the improvement in the country’s image was instrumental in this success achieved in the visa waiver, Korti noted that ambassadors of EU countries had already viewed positively the decision to grant visa waivers to Kosovo citizens.
“The Memorandum of Understanding on Visa Waiver for Kosovo has already been approved, and the long wait for Kosovo residents to be able to travel visa-free is expected to end no later than January 1, 2024.” Prime Minister Kurti, in a statement, said that this decision was instrumental in improving the image of the Kosovo state.
Describing Kosovo’s rise to 17th in Transparency International’s anti-corruption and rule of law rankings as a success, Kurti said this played a significant role in the decision to not have a visa regime in the Schengen area for UAE nationals. Republic of Kosovo as of January 1, 2024.
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