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Embassy of Finland, Pristina

EMBASSY OF FINLAND, Pristina

Str. Perandori Justinian No. 19, Pejton
10000 Pristina, Kosovo
Tel. +381 38 737 000, E-mail: sanomat.pri@formin.fi
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The Junior Advisor of the Embassy will be missing Kosovo's friendly people and vibrant atmosphere as she is leaving back to Finland

pieniPassport control officer's smile, warm April weather and Era Istrefi's Bonbon playing loud in the taxi as I arrived in Pristina made me immediately feel like I would enjoy my stay in Kosovo. Working at the Embassy of Finland in Pristina has offered great opportunities to inspect and explore the Kosovo society from different point of views but most interesting has, however, been getting to know the life of Kosovars at least a bit better. More...

Kosovo and the whole world have a lot to learn from Finland when it comes to freedom of expression

BurimGoxhulipieniA Kosovar journalist Burim Goxhuli joined the World Press Freedom Day's main event organized in Helsinki 2 – 4 May by UNESCO and the Government of Finland. According to Burim, not only Kosovo but the whole world have a lot to learn from Finland when it comes to freedom of expression but celebrating press freedom once a year is not enough – journalists around the world should be united and strive for press freedom 365 days a year! More...

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