Kosovo's Deputy Prime Minister Enver Hoxhaj said Pristina will have to consider relations with the European Union unless the EU decides to abolish visas for residents of Kosovo this year, writes Zeri.
According to Hoxhaj, Kosovo has met all 95 conditions set by the EU, and Brussels has no reason not to end this process.
Hoxhaj said that if the EU does not pass a decision on visa liberalization by the end of the year, it will become an institution that is not trustworthy.
- If that happens, the only explanation would be some sort of Albano-phobia in certain European capitals, which is why we should really consider how to behave towards the EU - Hoxhaj said.
(Telegraf.co.uk / Fonet)