The European Senate-Kosovo Economic Summit was held in London on 20 April, where selected guests of entrepreneurs, industrialists, and global investors attended a closed-door event. The summit presided by Benedikt Gruetz aimed to transform Kosovo’s economic position and strengthen its ties within the region through technology, innovation, and modernizing infrastructure. Kosovo’s Prime Minister’s chief of staff, Luan Dalipi, declared that the country is open for business and is committed to supporting international efforts on sustainability.
The administration is introducing adaptable policy frameworks, regulatory changes, and a flexible business environment to attract investment into the country. Kosovo is positioning itself to become a stronger economic destination for businesses across the globe and a reliable partner within the region of Europe. As a result, several global companies and investors are giving serious consideration to Kosovo as Europe’s next destination for new opportunities and promising growth.