Prime minister of Kosovo, Albin Kurti met on Friday with his Montenegrin counterpart, Dritan Abazovic in the Kosovar capital, Pristina.
After a closed door meeting, the two heads of governments signed an agreement regarding air services, which both of them considered it to be an important and necessary step for the regulation of the airspace between the two countries.
According to the Kosovar PM, this agreement will also reduce travel time by 15 minutes. He added that the deal enables existing air corridors, which have so far been used for NATO's military flights, to be used by the civil aviation sector. Meanwhile, the Kosovar PM also added that the agreement reduces CO2 emissions and cuts air travel costs.
On his part, Montenegro's PM, Abazovic said relations between the two countries will focus on economic cooperation and transport.