Albanian citizens who live near the border with Kosovo, try to sell potatoes in Dragash, located in Kosovo.
East of the city Kukesh, Albania, in the district with the name Gora in the municipalities Shishtejec and Zapod in villages Borje, Crnolevo, Kosharishta, Orchikle, Oreshek, Orgosta, Pakisha, live people who call themselves Gorani, while others call them bad names Torbeshi.
Because of its inaccessibility and lack of care of the Albanian state population lives very miserable and forced to do hard work. Potatoes that are not last year to export and sell in Kosovo, because of tax barriers between Kosovo and Albania, are trying to sell these days in the town of Dragash, which is situated in Kosovo, where the borders of Kosovo, Albania and Macedonia.
The only transportation used by these people while importing potatoes are donkeys and horses.
Last year Kosovo and Albania have had tax barriers so that people on both sides hurt and the price of potatoes has reached 1 euro.
This year the tax barriers removed, and the price of potatoes has decreased and reached a very low price of 10 cents per kg.