Visa liberalization for Western Balkan
- July 23, 2020
- Posted by: Besarta Verbovci
- Category: Blog
The Commission stated the visa progression prerequisites by Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, North Macedonia, and Serbia, just as Georgia, Moldova, and Ukraine. The report inferred that the nations concerned keep on meeting the visa advancement necessities and that without visa development keeps on bringing positive monetary, social, and social advantages to the EU Part States and accomplice nations. The report centers in detail around explicit zones of security and relocation where the further activity is required.
“In an increasingly mobile world, the EU strives for fair and orderly mobility and in this respect visa-free travel with our Western Balkan and Eastern Partnership remains a major achievement. Visa-free travel, however, comes with responsibilities and continuous efforts are needed to curb irregular migration and fight corruption and organised crime. We count on our partners to sustain achievements in these fields to ensure we can maintain visa-free travel in our common interest.”Margaritis Schinas
“Visa liberalization fosters people-to-people contacts and strengthens the ties between the EU and the citizens of Western Balkans and Eastern Partnership countries. It is a powerful tool to advance transformative reforms, including in the area of justice and security. Over the years, we have seen significant progress by the visa-free partners that reinforce our bonds. Continuous efforts are needed to preserve these achievements.”Ylva Johansson