Tunisia prevented Kosovo from participating in the Mediterranean Karate Championship for youth, juniors and adults, which started today and will end on Sunday.
The head of the Karate Federation, Avni Ghashi, told the media that Tunisia does not issue visas to karate athletes from Kosovo.
We did not get a visa. To obtain it, you need a special code issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of this country. The visas were not issued at the airport, Jachi said, adding that this was due to Tunisia’s refusal to recognize Kosovo and the lack of diplomatic relations between the two countries.
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