Kosovo gets from donors €1,200 millions
Kosovo’s Primer Minister, Hashim Thaçi, has underlined that the conference of donors has been “an extraordinary success” and that it will signal a new chapter in the history of Kosovo, which self-proclaimed its independence from Serbia last February. The compromised quantity goes above the objective of €1,000 millions stablished by the European Commission, which has announced a donation of €500 millions for Kosovo’s development.
The Donors’ Conference has taken place in Brussels and representatives from United Nations, International Monetary Fund and the World Bank have met there. According to the European Commission, the target of this amount of money is to create the appropriate conditions that will facilitate the economic growth, the reduction of unemployment and the rise in foreign investment.
Kosovo’s Prime Minister, Hashim Thaçi, has told the international representatives that his country wants to be a member of IMF and WB, even though Kosovo’s economy needs a “great help” from international community.
Will they agree to the payment so easily if the majority of the citizens of this “self-proclaimed new state” wouldn’t be Muslim?