The representative of the Democratic League of Kosovo, Avdulakh Hoti, led the new composition of the government of the quasi-state.
The corresponding decision on Wednesday, June 3, was adopted by the Kosovo parliament.
Hoti was supported by 61 out of 120 deputies. The head of the new government, speaking in parliament, said that he sees his priorities as work on economic recovery, combating the consequences of the epidemic, as well as establishing a visa-free regime with the European Union.
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