The Kosovo Government adopted an agreement on movement with identity cards on Wednesday, and after it enters into force, the agreement will enable the citizens of Kosovo and Bosnia and Herzegovina to travel without visas.
“Last year, after almost three years of negotiations in Berlin, we signed three mobility agreements between the six countries of the Western Balkans. Today, after our institutions completed all the internal procedures, we brought them to the Government for approval, and then they will be forwarded to the Assembly,” Kosovo Prime Minister Albin Kurti said.
According to him, the rapid ratification of the agreement is proof of Kosovo's commitment to regional cooperation, good neighbourly relations and progress towards integration into the European Union.
The agreement must be approved and ratified in BiH, after which citizens of the two countries will be able to travel only with identity cards.