Pristina, November 7, 2019
The Incumbent Prime Minister of the Republic of Kosovo, Ramush Haradinaj, held a press conference announcing the achievements and the work report “Governance Haradinaj II”.
Speaking to reporters, incumbent Prime Minister Haradinaj said that the government under his direction had adopted 140 draft laws, 70 bylaws approved at government meetings, 256 bylaws issued by ministers within their scope.
On this occasion, incumbent Prime Minister Haradinaj said 29 draft laws are directly impacting and dedicated to economic development. “At the same time, 18 decisions of the Government are for international loans, 15 decisions for economic zones in Kosovo, 42 decisions are also with direct financial impact on the economy. 10 development documents have been approved, 22 international agreements, 4 decisions are influential in the energy field”, said the incumbent Prime Minister Haradinaj.
Further on, Prime Minister Haradinaj said that during this period 41 important concept papers were approved, the budget for 2019 was approved, which is 2 billion 374 million euros, 612 million euros, it is a bigger budget than in 2017 , or 32 percent higher within two years.
“Growth of gross domestic product for 2019 is 4.7 percent, the highest so far and capital investments in 2019 have reached 700.89 million euros, or 329 million more than in 2017,” said Prime Minister Haradinaj.
Also, incumbent Prime Minister Haradinaj said the number of employees from 2017 to July 2019 has increased by 30,648 or 10 percent.
The special moments that, according to incumbent Prime Minister Haradinaj, are of particular importance are the full implementation of the Law on Trepca, Laws on the Army, energy independence, Law on Wages, Law on the Capital, decisions that will really have lasting effects both for internal socio-economic development, security, but also for Kosovo’s position in the region and beyond.
Incumbent Prime Minister Haradinaj has also provided materials prepared by the Government for dialogue at various stages, while also recognizing the political attitudes known as ‘position paper’ in moments apart.
Thanking for your time and cooperation over the years, incumbent Prime Minister Haradinaj has responded to journalists’ questions about visa liberalization, education, political developments in the country and issues of importance to the country and citizens.