Kosovo Prime Minister, Ramush Haradinaj, during his first ofifical visit to Brussels on 17 November will discuss with the EU officials in Brussels on the European agenda, and implementation of the Stabilization and Association Agreement (SAA).
The Prime Minister’s press office announced that during his visit to Brussels, Haradinaj is likely to discuss topics concerning the demarcation issue between Kosovo and Montenegro. Ratification of the agreement on border delineation with Montenegro is one of the last remaining criteria for Kosovo to obtain visa liberalisation.
"The agenda of the Prime Minister is agreed with the EU and they will exclusively be discussing the European agenda, namely the full implementation of the SAA," said Arber Vllahiu, spokesperson for the Prime Minister Haradinaj.
When asked by Gazeta Express whether the issue of the demarcation would be one of the topics, Vllahiu said that depends on the course of the talks there.
"Prime Minister Haradinaj will be transparent to the public about the topics discussed in Brussels," said Vllahiu.