Kosovo Forced to Impose Tax on Serbia’s Goods
Prime Minister Ramush Haradinaj told European Union Commissioner Johannes Hahn that Kosovo was left no choice but to impose 100 percent tax on all goods imported from Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina, Gazeta Express reports.
Haradinaj and EU Commissioner for European Neighborhood Policy and Enlargement Negotiations, Johannes Hahn, who on Monday arrived in Kosovo after a visit to Belgrade, in addition to customs tariffs on Serbia’s goods discussed also Kosovo-Serbia dialogue and EU integration process. The Prime Minister told Commissioner Hahn that Kosovo was forced to introduce the tax, after continuous obstructions that Serbia has made and is making against Kosovo, according to a statement issued by Haradinaj press service.
He also told Hahn that Kosovo Government remains committed to EU integration path, implementation of Stabilization-Association Agreement (SAA) and economic development. During the meeting Haradinaj said that Kosovo has fulfilled all the required criteria and he expects the EU wave visas for Kosovo citizens.
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