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Kosovo

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Transcript of Kosovo

Prishtinë
Prizren
2008, Independence
Population: 1.803 mil
Area: 10.908 km2

Culture
Brezovica
Ski Resort
"Sharr Mountains" National Park
2553m
Mirusha Waterfalls
Marble Cave
"Shpella e Gadimës"
Trepça Mine
Rugove
Capital City of Kosovo
Popular People From Kosovo
Rita Ora
She is the first Kosovar actress
in history to walk the red carpet
at the Cannes Film Festival, the
Berlin Film Festival and the
Sundance Film Festivaland be
nominated for the European
Film Award.
Arta Dobroshi
Majlinda Kelmendi
is a Kosovo-born Albanian judoka. She stands first in the international rankings by the International Judo Federation in the −52 kg category
Adnan Januzaj
National Museum of Kosovo
Traditional Clothes
Traditional Dance
Sinan Pasha mosque (1615) in Prizren
is a professional footballer who plays as a
winger for English club Manchester United
is a Kosovo-born
British singer-songwriter and actress


• Kosovo's independence is recognized by 106 countries.
• aspires to deepen its EU integration.
• fulfilled all short-term conditions from the Feasibility Study of October 2012
• opened the negotiations on a Stabilisation and Association Agreement with the EU
• EC has opened the visa liberalization dialogue for Kosovo

Flija
Kosovo


1.
Youngest Population in Europe;
2.
High availability of skilled and cost effective labor;
3.
EURO as the official currency
4.
Free access to markets of EU, US and CEFTA
5.
Low taxes
6.
Stabilizing political environment
7.
EU-compatible legislation
8.
Strategic location and developing infrastructure
9.
Sound banking system
10.
Great investment opportunities


Dokufest
Skulpfest
Traditional Food
Politics
Ngomfest

1912 - Balkan Wars: Serbia gains control of Kosovo

1941 - World War II: Much of Kosovo becomes part of an Italian-controlled greater Albania.

1946 - Kosovo is absorbed into the Yugoslav federation.

1990 July - Ethnic Albanian leaders declare independence from Serbia. Belgrade dissolves the Kosovo government.
A brief History
A brief History
1998 March-September
- Open conflict between Serb police and Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA).

1999 March
- NATO launches air strikes against Yugoslavia lasting 78 days before Belgrade yields.

1999 June
- UNMIK officially mandated

2008 February
- Kosovo declares independence.

Currency:
EURO

GDP:
4.2 billion € (2010 est.)
GDP – by sector:
agriculture 20%, industry 20%, services 60%

Exports:
295.0 million € (2010)
Imports:
2,157 million € (2010)

Natural Resources:
lignite, zinc, lead, ferronickel and agricultural arable land.


Kosovo’s Economy
Mother Teresa
Primary Education:
from grades 1-5

Secondary Education:
is categorized in professional and general education

Universities:
available in public or private institutions
Education in Kosovo
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