Pristina Institute for Political Studies organized the thematic round-table Kosovo’s Foreign Policy: Priorities and Challenges. The panel of this round-table consisted of: Behgjet PACOLLI (Foreign Minister of the Republic of Kosovo), Vjosa OSMANI (Chair of the Committee for Foreign Affairs, Diaspora and Strategic Investment), Ardian ARIFAJ (Advisor to Kosovo President), Lulzim PECI (KIPRED Institute) Ruairi O'CONNELL (Ambassador of United Kingdom to Kosovo). The main priorities for Kosovar foreign policy which were emphasized during the discussion were bilateral recognition, membership into international organizations most importantly United Nations and EU integration. On the other hand, the main challenges which were highlighted were the diplomatic battle as well as Brussels facilitated dialogue with Serbia, inter-institutional coordination and regional cooperation. This round-table was organized under the project "Improving Democratic Practices and Decision-Making Quality in Kosovo's Foreign Policy", funded by the DSP scheme managed by KCSF, funded by the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation and the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs.