From 30 November to 4 December 2015, a delegation of five members of the Kosovan Ministry of Justice visited the German capital. The high-ranking visitors were headed by State Secretary Eset Rama.

The programme included a full-day visit of the Federal Ministry of Justice and Consumer Protection, BMJV. At the BMJV, the delegation had intensive expert discussions about the implementation of the Treaty on Mutual Assistance between Germany and Kosovo, which had been signed in June this year. The discussions covered the fight against corruption as part of the international cooperation in criminal matters, legislative procedures and the drafting of law texts.

Further highlights of the visit to Germany were an expert talk with members of the German-Southeast European Parliamentary group of the German Bundestag as well as a visit of the German Judicial Academy in Wustrau. The Academy's director, Dr. Stefan Tratz, lead through the programme which covered the organisation and working methods of the German Judicial Academy.

The one-week working visit took place as part the bilateral cooperation between the IRZ and the Republic of Kosovo and was financed by the German Foreign Ministry.