Representatives of the Presidency of the Council of Europe and the European Parliament have approved the draft regulation on visa-free travel for Kosovo citizens.
According to the statement from the European Council, when the draft is approved by the Council and the EU, Kosovo passport holders will be able to travel to the EU without a visa for 90 days.
Significant progress has been made in all aspects of the Kosovo visa liberalization roadmap.
Following the proposal of the EU Commission on October 10, the Council started negotiations with the EU on visa exemption for Kosovo on November 30.
Kosovo’s leaders signed a petition to join the European Union today, with Prime Minister Albin Kurti describing the moment of signing as “historic” for his country.
On the other hand, the European Union countries Spain, Slovakia, Romania, Greece and South Cyprus do not recognize Kosovo.
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