More than 60 percent of citizens in Albania and over 50 percent of citizens in Kosovo want to achieve national unification. That’s according to a new survey conducted by the Kosovo Foundation for Open Society (KFOS) and the Open Society Foundations in Albania, dailies report.
Regarding the desire to achieve national unification, 63% of respondents in Albania and 54% of respondents in Kosovo state that they want to achieve it. If given a chance to vote in a referendum, 75% of Albanians in Albania and 64% of Kosovo Albanians would vote in favor of national unification.
Confidence falls in both countries when participants are asked how achievable they think national unification is, with only 23% of Albanians in Albania and 17% of Kosovo Albanians believing that such a thing is possible.
(read the full report here)