Japan’s investment and skills are crucial to Kosovo’s development, but the country also has much to offer Japanese businesses seeking opportunities in the region, visiting Kosovo Prime Minister Hashim Thaci told The Japan Times in an interview Thursday.

“Economic cooperation is the biggest investment Japan can give toward building peace in Kosovo,” Thaci, on a three-day visit to Japan, said while also adding that aid from the international community is necessary to improve the infrastructure as well as agricultural and energy sectors of his state.

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