Roundtable discussion "EU integration process for Kosovo: Where does this process currently stand?"

3 November
Roundtable discussion "EU integration process for Kosovo: Where does this process currently stand?"

On 3rd of November, PIPS and GLPS organized the roundtable: EU integration process for Kosovo: Where does this process currently stand? GLPS also published the policy-analysis: “Kosovo, EU Integration and SAA: An Analysis on the Perceptions of the Citizens”.
The panel consisted of: Albana MERJA (GLPS), Blerta DELIU-KODRA (Head of the Committee for European Integration), Ilir DEDA (Member of the Committee for European Integration), Glauk KONJUFCA (Member of the Committee for European Integration), Ahmet ISUFI (Member of the Committee for European Integration) and Gerrie WILLEMS (Ambassador of Netherlands in Kosovo).
This roundtable was the last event of the project EU-Kosovo-SAA (Our Contract for the Future), implemented by Prishtina Institute for Political Studies (PIPS) and Group for Legal and Political Studies (GLPS), supported by the Royal Embassy of Netherland in Kosovo.

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