Kosovo’s Prime Minister, Albin Kurti, has praised his government’s work over two years.
Speaking at the General Assembly of Parliament, where the government’s two-year work is on the agenda, Kurti mentioned that he has a long list of qualitative changes in many areas.
Pointing out that 37,000 new workplaces were opened in the two years of the government’s life and that justice and employment were at the core of efforts, Corti said: “We have made important changes, starting with the law that raised the minimum wage, to the pension fund known as the ‘Trust’.” .I will be talking about business and justice, the two main pillars of our state. There was a 10.7 percent increase in GDP in the first year of government and 4 percent in the second year.” He said.
Corti stressed that the average growth for two years is the highest rate of 7 percent and that there is still a lot of work to be done to help export and local production, and indicated that the situation has changed for the better and that they have succeeded in that. Reducing the 2022 budget deficit to a historic record.
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