While the European Parliament’s decision on visa-free travel for Kosovo nationals to Kosovo’s Schengen area was welcomed, there was a pushback from Serbia.
Serbian Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic criticized the decision that will allow Kosovo citizens to start visa-free travel to EU countries until 2024 at the latest.
Dacic argued that Kosovo did not meet any conditions and that the time chosen for the decision to liberalize the visas creates the impression that Kosovo has been rewarded.
Dacic said that the first condition that Kosovo must meet is the creation of a federation of Serbian municipalities.
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