The Head of the EU Office in Kosovo, Thomas Szunyog, congratulated Kosovo on progressing by 17 countries in the new Transparency International report.
"Congratulations to Kosovo that progressed for 17 countries compared to last year in the Corruption Perception Index. There is a lot of work ahead. "The EU fully supports Kosovo in its fight against corruption," Szunyog wrote on Twitter, among other things.
Congratulations to Kosovo 🇽🇰 moving up 17 places compared to last year in the Corruption Perceptions Index. A lot of work still ahead. The EU 🇪🇺 fully supports Kosovo in the ongoing fight against corruption.
- Ambassador Tomáš Szunyog (@EUAmbKS) -
International Organization "Transparency InternationalWhich deals with the fight against corruption today published the Corruption Perception Index for 2021.
Kosovo has improved by 17 countries in the fight against corruption. Among 180 countries, Kosovo is ranked 87th.
At the same time, Kosovo has recorded the second best historical ranking since the beginning of the Corruption Perceptions Index measurements.
In 2020 Kosovo was in 104th place./21Media