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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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Prizren changes into a stage for DokuFest

Theme for DokuFest this year is change.The largest cultural event in Kosovo, DokuFest started on Saturday 16th of August. The annual event is based around showings of over 200 documentary films, but it is much more than a regular film festival. The beautiful old town of Prizren changes into a stage for DokuFest for nine days, and parties continue all night after the movies are finished. The Embassy of Finland in Pristina is a longtime partner for DokuFest, and this year again there are Finnish films in the program. More...

Finnish-led EU Twinning-project to enhance the standard education in Kosovo was launched in Pristina

From left: Ms. Drita Kadriu, Advisor to the Minister of Education, Ms. Anne Meskanen, Mr. Ferit Idrizi, Project Leader and the Director of the Department for EU Integration and International Cooperation in MEST, Mr. Christof Stock, Head of Operations at the EU Office in Kosovo and Ms. Monika Zach, Deputy Head of Mission of the Embassy of Austria. Photo: EU Office in KosovoFinnish-led EU Twinning-project to enhance the standard education in Kosovo was launched in Pristina on June 25th. Together with the partners, Omnia, The Joint Authority of Education in Espoo aims to enhance the quality of the education and support the implementation of a new curriculum in Kosovo. The three-year project is exceptionally large with its budget of 4 million euro. More...

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