German Chancellor Olaf Scholz continues his two-day tour of the Balkans on Friday with a visit to Prishtina, the capital of Kosovo, before heading to Serbia.
He is set to meet with Kosovo’s Prime Minister Albin Kurti and after the meeting, at 11:30 there will be a press conference. Kurti previously referred to Scholz’s visit as good news in the context of the Berlin Process.
Scholz will also visit a group of German troops stationed in the country as a part of KFOR, a part of the NATO peacekeeping forces stationed in the country since the end of the Kosovo-Serbia war.
In the afternoon, Scholz will travel to Belgrade to meet President Aleksander Vuvic. Following his visit to Serbia, he will then head to Skopje and Sofia.
The last stop of his Balkan tour will take him to Thessaloniki, Greece where he will attend a meeting of the regional initiative “South East European Cooperation Process’.