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Written by SOT.COM.AL 20 Mars 2023
One of the institutions of the European Union, the European Parliament, is expected to vote on visas on April 18, according to the draft agenda approved by the Conference of Presidents. Voting will take place according to the emergency voting procedure proposed by deputy Thijs Reuten.
The Council of Ministers of the EU has voted in favor of visa liberalization for Kosovo on March 9, confirming that visas will be waived for Albanians in Kosovo from January 1, 2024. Albanians from Kosovo will travel to the EU without visas for a period of stay of 90 days in each 180-day period. The EU has connected this with the entry into force of the ETIAS system, but if this system that provides electronic authorization for citizens who do not need visas is delayed, then the liberalization will take effect from January 1 of the following year.
After the European Parliament gives the green light to the process, the decision is signed by the representatives of the three EU institutions, the Commission, the Council and the Parliament. Then the decision must be published in the official gazette, then it enters into force 20 days after the publication, which falls on the beginning of the next year.