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Kosovar Prime Minister Albin Kurti and visiting Montenegrin Prime Minister Dritan Abazovi, at the joint press conference in Pristina, emphasized the importance of the air services agreement signed between Kosovo and Montenegro and assessed that the air agreement will facilitate air traffic between the two countries.

Referring to the discussion of various issues during the meeting, Kurti said: “Montenegro recognized Kosovo’s independence in 2008 when it was proclaimed, and today, as two neighboring countries, they work in close cooperation for peace. We are grateful that Montenegro has become a haven in difficult times for more than of the 100,000 Kosovo citizens who were deported due to the campaign of genocide and ethnic cleansing by the Milosevic regime in 1998-1999. Use his expressions.

Stating that the state of Kosovo and its citizens will never forget the solidarity shown by Montenegro, Kurti stated that Kosovar citizens are not only vacationers but also investors in Montenegro.

“Kosovo citizens today are not only vacationers who visit the beaches of Montenegro cities, but also important investors who contribute to the economic link between the two countries. Last year, we increased trade exchange with Montenegro compared to 2021, and Kosovo’s exports with Montenegro increased by 55 per cent. 100 in 2022. The two countries by 15 minutes.

“The agreement we signed today provides new opportunities for civil aviation, reducing airlines and flying time by 15 minutes. An airline that flies 4 times a day can add another flight for free,” Albin Kurti said, adding that so far, entry and exit corridors have been used Current between the two countries only for NATO military flights.

Prime Minister Kurti said that infrastructure projects between the two countries for the Deschamps-Plave and Peugeot-Rojay road were also discussed.

Montenegro Prime Minister Dritan Abazović, in a joint meeting with Kosovo giant Prime Minister Albin Kurti in Pristina, confirmed that Montenegro will not change its official position towards Kosovo, despite the recent political changes in his country.

There have been some political changes in Montenegro, but it will not change any official policy towards Kosovo. In the future, you can count on Montenegro in the international activities of the Republic of Kosovo. We stand ready to support Abazovich as much as we can.”


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