Government decides with majority of votes for reciprocity with Serbia
Acting Minister of Economy Rozeta Hajdari announced that the decision for implementation of reciprocity with Serbia gained the majority of the votes of the government.
She said she was informed about the decision from Prime Minister chief of the cabinet, Luan Dalipi.
“Two essential measures are undertaken with today’s decision: The main one is that trade relations with Serbia will be per the Constitution of Kosovo and legislation in power…And the second measure concerns veterinary certificates for food and non-food products at the border,” Hajdari told TV Dukagjini.
She mentioned a trade barrier that Serbia has imposed on Kosovo wines, which could be exported to Serbia but not with the “Made in Kosovo” labels.
Minister of Economy said Kurti government kept the promise of replacing 100 percent tariff with reciprocity measures.