We look forward to joining the European Union one day, the prime minister says.
Kosovo has enjoyed independent statehood for 13 years but almost half the world does not recognise it. Stephen Sackur speaks to prime minister Albin Kurti.
Stephen Sackur speaks to Kosovo's acting president, Vjosa Osmani, a post-war politician challenging the old guard. She promises clean government and a fresh start, but can she deliver?
By Jessica Parker
BBC Brussels correspondent
By Guy Delauney
BBC News, Balkans correspondent
A woman from Cumbria is stuck in Kosovo after its borders were closed because of coronavirus.
Rosie Watson, 25, has been running from her home in Penrith to Mongolia to highlight climate change.
She told BBC Radio Cumbria it was "worrying" but she felt lucky to be in Kosovo because of its "caring" culture.
Ms Watson, who's staying in a hostel in the remote town of Prizen, said: "it is part of their culture that guests are seen as a blessing and sacred, so we are feeling very looked after, even though everyone is a bit scared."Copyright: Rosie Watson