Kosovo

Kurti today at the London Summit
The Prime Minister of Kosovo, Albin Kurti, will participate today in the Investment Summit in the Western Balkans 2024, which will be held at the EBRD headquarters in London.
Magnetic resonance is launched in Prizren Hospital
In the value of almost one million euros, the MRI project was inaugurated in the Regional Hospital of Prizren. This magnetic resonance from today will serve citizens to provide quality services but also to make early diagnosis, which makes recovery faster and prevents fatality, as well as the elimination of long waiting lists.
Limited access to finance, about 1500 businesses go bankrupt during 2023
During the year 2023, about 1,500 businesses were closed in the Business Registration Agency within the Ministry of Industry, Entrepreneurship and Trade, although the Tax Administration of Kosovo during this period closed the activity of only 20 businesses.
Konjufca in Estonia: The alliance of democratic countries is the only answer to the Russian threat
The Speaker of the Assembly of the Republic of Kosovo, Glauk Konjufca, in the wake of his official visit to Estonia, was received in a meeting by the President of the Republic of Estonia, Alar Karis, where he informed him of the political situation in our country, in which case he emphasized the maximum commitment of Kosovo’s institutions towards security, especially after the terrorist attack in Banjska, with full awareness of the danger that Russian influence in Serbia poses for our region and beyond.
Kurti: The growth plan should speed up WB’s EU membership
The Prime Minister of Kosovo, Albin Kurti, has said that the Growth Plan and the Common Regional Market of the Berlin Process should accelerate the membership of the Western Balkans in the European Union.
Kosovo’s team at the 2024 Gangwon Winter Olympics
Two skiers will represent Kosovo at the Gangwon 2024 Youth Olympic Winter Games.
“Inguinal hernia” and “appendicitis” are the most frequent operations in children
Over a thousand patients were operated at the Children’s Surgery Clinic of the University Clinical Center of Kosovo (UCCK), until November 2023. The most frequent operations at this clinic were those of “inguinal hernia” and “appendicitis”. Meanwhile, in the Children’s Surgery Clinic, about 50 children are operated on during the week, or up to 8 patients on a daily basis.
Isco is rewarded with a new contract
Real Betis has made it official that Isco has signed a new contract with the club until June 2027.
Over 10 million tourists in Albania, Rama: Unthinkable a few years ago
10 foreign tourists entered Albania until the evening of December 011.
Rama: Guri i Kamjes, one of the most special tourist destinations of Pogradec
Guri i Kamje, a natural monument, attracts more and more tourists every year, during the summer and winter season.
Kurti does not exclude the possibility of a new attack from Serbia
Prime Minister Albin Kurti has not ruled out the possibility of a new Serbian attack on the territory of Kosovo, after the one on September 24 in Banjska t Zveçani.
Maja e Qorre in Llogora, mountain, sea and snow
The snowflakes have covered Llogorana, 40 km southeast of Vlora, offering a stunning landscape where the sea coast and the snow-covered mountains combine quite nicely.
International Mountain Day
Covering about 27 percent of the Earth, mountains play a crucial role in moving the world towards sustainable economic growth.
The CEC responds to the Serbian citizens who requested a petition for the dismissal of the mayors in the North
The Central Electoral Commission has responded to the Serbian citizens who had sent this institution completed forms for the initiation of the request for the removal of the mayors in the north.
Haradinaj-Kurtit: Do not insult the Kosovo Police, I met the conditions
The head of the Alliance for the Future of Kosovo, Ramush Haradinaj, has said that the Prime Minister of the country, Albin Kurti, is insulting the members of the Special Unit of Kosovo, by not fulfilling their demands for salaries.
Argentina in panic, Scaloni is thinking about resignation
After the victory over Brazil last night, the coach of the National Team of Argentina, Lionel Scaloni, has suggested that he may end his career in charge of the world champions.
17 national teams have qualified for the Euros, here's who else is fighting for Germany
On the eve of the last two qualifying days, the 17 participants of the European Football Championship, which will be held in Germany from June 14 to July 14 next year, have been announced.
Muja: Over 800 million euros for salaries and wages from the 2024 draft budget
The chairman of the Commission for Work, Budgets and Transfers, Armend Muja, said that the draft law for the budget allocation of 2024 has been approved, after discussions with the Ministry of Finance. He points out that budget expenditures are proposed to be over 3 billion euros.
Government approves dangerousness allowances for police
The Prime Minister of Kosovo, Albin Kurti, announced at the meeting of the government cabinet that in yesterday's meeting with the deputy director of the KP and members of the Special Intervention Unit, they discussed their demands for a long time.
Today is World Diabetes Day, it is also celebrated in Kosovo
In 2007 the General Assembly adopted resolution 61/225 designating November 14 as World Diabetes Day. The resolution also encouraged member states to develop national policies for the prevention, treatment and care of diabetes in line with the sustainable development of their health care systems.
"Kurti looks like a circus man", deputy Abazi puts pamphlets during the Prime Minister's speech
The session of the Assembly of Kosovo has started with the report of Prime Minister Albin Kurti on the dialogue. And while he was speaking, MP Haki Abazi started placing pamphlets where Kurti was seen painted like a circus character and in which "Zajednica" was written, but also the pamphlet with the question "Who released Radojciqi from the siege".
Aggression towards Kosovo, Kearns: Serbia still has no consequences while Kosovo is under sanctions
The British MP, Alicia Kearns, has raised concerns about the lack of international measures against Serbia, after the September 24 aggression, where the Serbian terrorist group left police sergeant Afrim Bunjaku dead and injured two others.
World Habitat Day
In the resolution of December 17, 1985, the United Nations General Assembly established the first Monday of October, each year, as World Habitat Day.
The grant for municipalities in the next year is 284.7 million euros
A minute's silence was held for the fallen sergeant, Afrim Bunjaku, in the joint meeting with Prime Minister Albin Kurti, line ministers and mayors of municipalities.