While I am sure European leaders would like to improve the plight of the Roma, the Ashkali, and the Egyptians in Kosovo, there is no guarantee that their actions will do so. I believe they are trying and they want to, but these things must be supported on a local level as well.
No, I do not believe that European leaders will improve the plight of the Roma, the Ashkali and the Egyptians in Kosovo, because there are too many different countries with too many opinions on what should happen in the region. It is hard for a government to mandate a policy for integration. The groups will struggle for a long time.
This idea that Europe and the US are able to assist all the third world countries in whatever mess they are in is not congruent with reality. The fact is that the Euro is about to collapse. If this happens, the European economy will be devastated. Its not as if Europe is completely stable at this point in history anyhow. Greece is in debt enough to claim bankruptcy twice. The Ukraine is in chaos. Russia has a couple million refugees to worry about. The UK is about to lose Scotland and Ireland is sure to follow suit.
European leaders will not improve the plight of the Roma, the Ashkali, and the Egyptians in Kosovo because they don't have money for bail-outs. At some point these groups of people need to fend for themselves. While they could receive some international aid, they should do their best to get employment training and learn modern farming so they can help themselves.
The EU may have been focused on such things at a different time, but the current European atmosphere has a lot of emphasis on their own struggling economies, and have massive anti immigrant sentiment in many of their home countries, something that spills over to the union as a whole.