Apostolova urges Kosovo leaders not to raise expectations on waving visas

Kosovo’s Ministry of European Integration launched on Wednesday an awareness campaign on visa liberalisation as the country is making final steps to get visa-free regime with the EU Schengen area. The campaign is aimed at informing citizens what they should expect in terms of rights and obligations under a visa free regime. The event was attended by the Head of EU Office in Kosovo, Nataliya Apostolova, German Ambassador Christian Heldt, Prime Minister Ramush Haradinaj and Minister of EU Integration Dhurata Hoxha.

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