Police armored personal carriers move through the village of Opae, northeast of Macedonia's capital Skopje, on their way to the country's northern border with Kosovo, on Tuesday, April 21, 2015. (AP Photo/Boris Grdanoski)
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A senior European Union official said Friday that unless Kosovo approves a border demarcation deal with neighboring Montenegro, it can't enjoy EU visa liberalization.EU Enlargement Commissioner Johannes Hahn visited Kosovo on Friday, saying that its political polarization is negatively affecting its integration path into the 28-nation bloc.Last year, Kosovo signed a stabilization and association agreement with the EU, the first step toward membership.Five EU members that don't recognize Kosovo haven't blocked its integration steps.
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