Hahn’s visit to Kosovo: Government says is not revoking 100% tax on Serbia’s goods

Johannes Hahn, Commissioner for European Neighbourhood Policy and Enlargement Negotiations will be in Kosovo today (3 December) to meet highest state officials. Hahn’s visit came after the Kosovo Government’s decision to impose 100 percent tax on all goods from Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina. But the Government officials told Gazeta Express that they do not think Hahn’s visit is a tendency to convince them on revoking tax. The Government says that they will inform Hahn on the causes which led the Government to take such a decision and not on revocation of tax, Gazeta Express reports.

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