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In the late 19th century, it became the centre of the Albanian National Awakening. On 17 February , Kosovo unilaterally declared its independence from Serbia.
Serbia does not recognize Kosovo as a sovereign state,  although with the Brussels Agreement of , it has accepted its institutions.
Kosovo has a lower-middle-income economy and has experienced solid economic growth over the last decade by international financial institutions, and has experienced growth every year since the onset of the global financial crisis.
According to one theory, Kosovo Serbian Cyrillic: Косово , Serbo-Croatian pronunciation: Albanians also refer to Kosovo as Dardania , the name of a Roman province formed in BC, which covered the territory of modern Kosovo.
However, the name "Kosova" remains more widely used among the Albanian population. In , it was raised from the level of an autonomous region to the level of an autonomous province as the Autonomous Province of Kosovo and Metohija — In , the dual name "Kosovo and Metohija " was reduced to a simple "Kosovo" in the name of the Socialist Autonomous Province of Kosovo.
In , the province was renamed the Autonomous Province of Kosovo and Metohija. The official conventional long name of the state is Republic of Kosovo , as defined by the Constitution of Kosovo , and is used to represent Kosovo internationally.
This arrangement, which has been dubbed the "asterisk agreement", was agreed in an point arrangement agreed on 24 February Bronze and Iron Age tombs have been found in Metohija.
The favorable position as well as abundant natural resources were ideal for the development of life since the prehistoric periods, proven by hundreds of archaeological sites discovered and identified throughout Kosovo, which proudly present its rich archeological heritage.
However, human settlement during the Paleolithic or Old Stone Age is not confirmed yet and not scientifically proven. Therefore, until arguments of Paleolithic and Mesolithic man are confirmed, Neolithic man, respectively the Neolithic sites are considered as the chronological beginning of population in Kosovo.
From this period until today Kosovo has been inhabited, and traces of activities of societies from prehistoric, ancient and up to medieval time are visible throughout its territory.
Whereas, in some archaeological sites, multilayer settlements clearly reflect the continuity of life through centuries. During antiquity, the area which now makes up Kosovo was inhabited by various tribal ethnic groups, who were liable to move, enlarge, fuse and fissure with neighbouring groups.
As such, it is difficult to locate any such group with precision. The Dardani , whose exact ethno-linguistic affiliation is difficult to determine, were a prominent group in the region during the late Hellenistic and early Roman eras.
Subsequently, it became part of Moesia Superior in AD Archaeologically, the early Middle Ages represent a hiatus in the material record,  and whatever was left of the native provincial population fused into the Slavs.
The subsequent political and demographic history of Kosovo is not known with absolute certainty until the 13th century.
Archaeological findings suggest that there was steady population recovery and progression of the Slavic culture seen elsewhere throughout the Balkans.
The region was absorbed into the Bulgarian Empire in the s, where Byzantine culture was cemented in the region. It was re-taken by the Byzantines after , and became part of the newly established Theme of Bulgaria.
As the centre of Slavic resistance to Constantinople in the region, the region often switched between Serbian and Bulgarian rule on one hand and Byzantine on the other, until Serbian Grand Prince Stefan Nemanja secured it by the end of the 12th century.
The zenith of Serbian power was reached in , with the formation of the Serbian Empire. During the 13th and 14th centuries, Kosovo became a political, cultural and religious centre of the Serbian Kingdom.
By , Ottomans conquered the new Serbian capital of Smederevo,  leaving Belgrade and Vojvodina under Hungarian rule until second quarter of the 16th century.
Kosovo was part of the Ottoman Empire from to , at first as part of the eyalet of Rumelia , and from as a separate province vilayet.
During this time, Islam was introduced to the population. Serbs likely formed a majority of Kosovo from the 8th to the midth century. Anscombe, believe that medieval and Ottoman Kosovo was ethnically heterogeneous, with Serbs and Albanians dominating at different times.
Kosovo was part of the wider Ottoman region to be occupied by Austrian forces during the Great War of —99,  but the Ottomans re-established their rule of the region.
Such acts of assistance by the Austrian Empire then arch-rivals of the Ottoman Empire , or Russia, were always abortive or temporary at best. Although initially stout opponents of the advancing Turks, Albanian chiefs ultimately came to accept the Ottomans as sovereigns.
The resulting alliance facilitated the mass conversion of Albanians to Islam. Many Albanians gained prominent positions in the Ottoman government.
The underlying ethnic tensions became part of a broader struggle of Christian Serbs against Muslim Albanians.
In the League of Prizren Lidhja e Prizrenit was formed. This was a political organisation that sought to unify all the Albanians of the Ottoman Empire in a common struggle for autonomy and greater cultural rights,  although they generally desired the continuation of the Ottoman Empire.
The Kingdom of Serbia wished to incorporate this land that had formerly been within its empire. The modern Albanian-Serbian conflict has its roots in the explusion of the Albanians in from areas that became incorporated into the Principality of Serbia.
The movement supported a centralised form of government and opposed any sort of autonomy desired by the various nationalities of the Ottoman Empire.
An allegiance to Ottomanism was promoted instead. The Ottomans suffered a serious defeat at the hands of Albanians in , culminating in the Ottoman loss of most of its Albanian-inhabited lands.
The Albanians threatened to march all the way to Salonika and reimpose Abdul Hamid. A wave of Albanians in the Ottoman army ranks also deserted during this period, refusing to fight their own kin.
In September , a joint Balkan force made up of Serbian, Montenegrin, Bulgarian and Greek forces drove the Ottomans out of most of their European possessions.
The rise of nationalism unfortunately hampered relations between Albanians and Serbs in Kosovo , due to influence from Russians, Austrians and Ottomans.
An exodus of the local Albanian population occurred. Serbian authorities promoted creating new Serb settlements in Kosovo as well as the assimilation of Albanians into Serbian society.
However, the new administration system since 26 April split Kosovo among three districts oblast of the Kingdom: In , the country was transformed into the Kingdom of Yugoslavia and the territories of Kosovo were reorganised among the Banate of Zeta , the Banate of Morava and the Banate of Vardar.
In order to change the ethnic composition of Kosovo , between and a large-scale Serbian re-colonisation of Kosovo was undertaken by the Belgrade government.
Albanians and other Muslims were forced to emigrate, mainly with the land reform which struck Albanian landowners in , but also with direct violent measures.
After the Axis invasion of Yugoslavia in , most of Kosovo was assigned to Italian-controlled Albania, with the rest being controlled by Germany and Bulgaria.
A three-dimensional conflict ensued, involving inter-ethnic, ideological, and international affiliations, with the first being most important.
Nonetheless, these conflicts were relatively low-level compared with other areas of Yugoslavia during the war years, with one Serb historian estimating that 3, Albanians and 4, Serbs and Montenegrins were killed, and two others estimating war dead at 12, Albanians and 10, Serbs and Montenegrins.
Estimates range from 30, to , Some historians and contemporary references emphasise that a large-scale migration of Albanians from Albania to Kosovo is not recorded in Axis documents.
The province as in its outline today first took shape in as the Autonomous Kosovo-Metohian Area. Until World War II, the only entity bearing the name of Kosovo had been a political unit carved from the former vilayet which bore no special significance to its internal population.
In the Ottoman Empire which previously controlled the territory , it had been a vilayet with its borders having been revised on several occasions.
Tensions between ethnic Albanians and the Yugoslav government were significant, not only due to ethnic tensions but also due to political ideological concerns, especially regarding relations with neighbouring Albania.
Islam in Kosovo at this time was repressed and both Albanians and Muslim Slavs were encouraged to declare themselves to be Turkish and emigrate to Turkey.
In the aftermath of the constitution, concerns over the rise of Albanian nationalism in Kosovo rose with the widespread celebrations in of the th anniversary of the founding of the League of Prizren.
Beginning in March , Kosovar Albanian students of the University of Pristina organised protests seeking that Kosovo become a republic within Yugoslavia and demanding their human rights.
Inter-ethnic tensions continued to worsen in Kosovo throughout the s. In July , the Kosovo Albanians proclaimed the existence of the Republic of Kosova , and declared it a sovereign and independent state in September By the mids, the Kosovo Albanian population was growing restless, as the status of Kosovo was not resolved as part of the Dayton Agreement of November , which ended the Bosnian War.
By , international pressure compelled Yugoslavia to sign a ceasefire and partially withdraw its security forces. The Yugoslav delegation found the terms unacceptable and refused to sign the draft.
Combined with continued skirmishes between Albanian guerrillas and Yugoslav forces the conflict resulted in a further massive displacement of population in Kosovo.
During the conflict, roughly a million ethnic Albanians fled or were forcefully driven from Kosovo. In more than 11, deaths were reported to the office of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia prosecutor Carla Del Ponte.
In the days after the Yugoslav Army withdrew, over 80, almost half of , estimated to live in Kosovo Serb and other non-Albanians civilians were expelled from Kosovo and many of the remaining civilians were victims of abuse.
In some villages under Albanian control in , militants drove ethnic-Serbs from their homes. Some of those who remained are unaccounted for and are presumed to have been abducted by the KLA and killed.
During and after the war, over three hundred Serb civilians who were taken across the border into Albania were killed in a "Yellow House" near the town of Burrel and had several of their organs removed for sale on the black market.
These claims were investigated first by the ICTY who found medical equipment and traces of blood in and around the house. In , a French media outlet France24 released a classified UN document written in which documented the crimes.
Resolution provided that Kosovo would have autonomy within the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, and affirmed the territorial integrity of Yugoslavia, which has been legally succeeded by the Republic of Serbia.
Estimates of the number of Serbs who left when Serbian forces left Kosovo vary from 65,  to , International negotiations began in to determine the final status of Kosovo, as envisaged under UN Security Council Resolution Whilst progress was made on technical matters, both parties remained diametrically opposed on the question of status itself.
A draft resolution, backed by the United States, the United Kingdom and other European members of the Security Council , was presented and rewritten four times to try to accommodate Russian concerns that such a resolution would undermine the principle of state sovereignty.
Russia, which holds a veto in the Security Council as one of five permanent members, had stated that it would not support any resolution which was not acceptable to both Belgrade and Kosovo Albanians.
Wisner and Russia Alexander Botsan-Kharchenko launched a new effort to reach a status outcome acceptable to both Belgrade and Pristina.
Despite Russian disapproval, the U. PDK and Ora were critical of the coalition agreement and have since frequently accused that government of corruption.
Parliamentary elections were held on 17 November Most members of the Serb minority refused to vote. Kosovo declared independence from Serbia on 17 February The Serb minority of Kosovo, which largely opposes the declaration of independence, has formed the Community Assembly of Kosovo and Metohija in response.
Some rapprochement between the two governments took place on 19 April as both parties reached the Brussels Agreement , an EU brokered agreement that would allow the Serb minority in Kosovo to have its own police force and court of appeals.
Kosovo is a multi-party parliamentary representative democratic republic. It is governed by legislative , executive and judicial institutions which derive from the constitution , although until the Brussels Agreement , North Kosovo was in practice largely controlled by institutions of Serbia or parallel institutions funded by Serbia.
The legislative is vested in both the Parliament and the ministers within their competencies. The Government exercises the executive power and is composed of the Prime Minister as the head of government , the Deputy Prime Ministers and the Ministers of the various ministries.
The judiciary is composed of the Supreme Court and subordinate courts, a Constitutional Court , and independent prosecutorial institutions.
There also exist multiple independent institutions defined by the constitution and law, as well as local governments. It specifies that Kosovo is a " secular state " and neutral in matters of religious beliefs.
Freedom of belief, conscience and religion is guaranteed with religious autonomy ensured and protected. All citizens are equal before the law and gender equality is ensured by the constitution.
The president serves as the head of state and represents the unity of the people, elected every five years, indirectly by the parliament through a secret ballot by a two-thirds majority of all deputies.
The head of state invested primarily with representative responsibilities and powers. The president has the power to return draft legislation to the parliament for reconsideration and has a role in foreign affairs and certain official appointments.
Ministers are nominated by the Prime Minister, and then confirmed by the parliament. The head of government exercises executive power of the territory.
As of [update] , out of United Nations member states recognise the Republic of Kosovo. Within the European Union , it is recognised by 23 of 28 members and is a potential candidate for the future enlargement of the European Union.
The relations with Albania are in a special case, considering that the two share the same language. The Albanian language is one of the official languages of Kosovo.
Albania has an embassy in the capital Pristina and Kosovo an embassy in Tirana. In , Albania was the only country whose parliament voted to recognise the Republic of Kosova.
Albania was also one of the first countries to officially announce its recognition of the Republic of Kosovo in February The Global Peace Index ranked Kosovo 69th out of countries.
The President holds the title of commander-in-chief of the military. Citizens over the age of 18 are eligible to serve in the Kosovo Security Force.
Members of the force are protected from discrimination on the basis of gender or ethnicity. The judicial system of Kosovo is a civil law system divided between courts with regular civil and criminal jurisdiction and administrative courts with jurisdiction over litigation between individuals and the public administration.
As of the Constitution of Kosovo , the judicial system is composed of the Supreme Court, which is the highest judicial authority, a Constitutional Court , and an independent prosecutorial institution.
All of them are administered by the Judicial Council located in Pristina. The Kosovo Police is the main state law enforcement agency in the nation.
After the Independence of Kosovo in , the force became the governmental agency. The agency carries nearly all general police duties such as criminal investigation, patrol activity, traffic policing, border control.
The Ahtisaari Plan envisaged two forms of international supervision of Kosovo after its independence such as the International Civilian Office ICO , which would monitor the implementation of the Plan and would have a wide range of veto powers over legislative and executive actions, and the European Union Rule of Law Mission to Kosovo EULEX , which would have the narrower mission of deploying police and civilian resources with the aim of developing the Kosovo Police and judicial systems but also with its own powers of arrest and prosecution.
The declaration of independence and subsequent Constitution granted these bodies the powers assigned to them by the Ahtisaari Plan. It was never recognised by Serbia or other non-recognising states.
EULEX was also initially opposed by Serbia, but its mandate and powers were accepted in late by Serbia and the UN Security Council as operating under the umbrella of the continuing UNMIK mandate, in a status-neutral way, but with its own operational independence.
EULEX continues its existence under both Kosovo and international law; in the Kosovo president formally requested a continuation of its mandate until The relations between Kosovo-Albanians and Kosovo-Serbs have been hostile since the rise of nationalism in the Balkans during the 19th century.
Despite their planned integration into the Kosovar society and their recognition in the Kosovar constitution, the Romani , Ashkali, and Egyptian communities continue to face many difficulties, such as segregation and discrimination, in housing, education, health, employment and social welfare.
Kosovo is landlocked and located in the center of the Balkan Peninsula in Southeastern Europe. It is defined in a total area of 10, square kilometres 4, square miles.
Kosovo is encircled by Albania to the south and southwest, the Republic of Macedonia to the southeast, Montenegro to the west and Serbia to the north, northeast and east.
The mountains run laterally through the west along the border with Albania and Montenegro. Phytogeographically , it straddles the Illyrian province of the Circumboreal Region within the Boreal Kingdom.
In addition, it falls within the Balkan mixed forests terrestrial ecoregion of the Palearctic Temperate broadleaf and mixed forest.
The flora encompasses more than 1, species of vascular plant species, but the actual number is estimated to be higher than 2, species.
Although, Kosovo represents only 2. Most of Kosovo experiences a continental climate with mediterranean and alpine influences. The coldest areas of Kosovo are the mountains in the west and southeast, where an alpine climate is found.
The warmest areas are mostly in the extreme southern areas close to the border with Albania, characterised by the Mediterranean climate.
To the northeast, the Kosovo Plain and Ibar Valley are drier with total precipitation of about millimetres 24 inches per year and more influenced by continental air masses, with colder winters and very hot summers.
The warmest month is July with average temperature of Kosovo is divided into seven districts Albanian: The largest and most populous district of Kosovo is the District of Pristina with the capital in Pristina , having a surface area of 2, square kilometres The population of Kosovo, as defined by Agency of Statistics , was estimated in to be approximately 1.
The population of Kosovo was estimated to be around 1. The official languages of Kosovo are Albanian and Serbian and the institutions are committed to ensure the equal use of both languages.
Kosovo is a secular state with no state religion ; freedom of belief , conscience and religion is explicitly guaranteed in the Constitution of Kosovo.
In the census, Protestants, although recognised as a religious group in Kosovo by the government, were not represented in the census. Islam is the most widely practiced religion in Kosovo and was first introduced in the Middle Ages by the Ottomans.
Today, Kosovo has the highest percentage of Muslims in Europe after Turkey. Christianity has a long and continuous history in Kosovo which can be traced back to the Roman invasion of the region.
During the early and late Middle Ages, the entire Balkan Peninsula had been Christianised initially by the Romans and subsequently by the Byzantine Empire.
In , Protestant pastor Artur Krasniqi, primate of the Kosovo Protestant Evangelical Church, claimed that "as many as 15," Kosovar Albanians had converted to Protestantism since The relations between the Albanian Muslim and Roman Catholic communities in Kosovo are considered good, however both communities have few or no relations with the Serbian Orthodox community.
In general, the Albanians of Kosovo define their ethnicity by language and not by religion while religion reflects a distinguishing identity feature among the Slavs of Kosovo.
The economy of Kosovo is a transitional economy. It suffered from the combined results of political upheaval, the following Yugoslav wars , the Serbian dismissal of Kosovo employees and international sanctions on Serbia of which it was then part.
Since the independence in , the economy has grown every year. This was despite the global financial crisis of and the subsequent Eurozone crisis.
Additionally, the inflation rate has been low. The most economic development, has taken place in the trade, retail and construction sectors.
Kosovo is highly dependent on remittances from the Diaspora , FDI and other capital inflows. The Euro is its official currency.
The secondary sector accounted for There are several reasons for this stagnation, ranging from consecutive occupations, political turmoil and the War in Kosovo in The primary sector is based on small to medium-sized family-owned dispersed units.
Wine has historically been produced in Kosovo. The wine industry is successful and has been growing after Kosovo War. The main cultivars include Pinot noir , Merlot , and Chardonnay.
Kosovo exports wines to Germany and the United States. The four state-owned wine production facilities were not as much "wineries" as they were "wine factories".
The major share of the wine production was intended for exports. At its peak in , the exports from the Rahovec facility amounted to 40 million litres and were mainly distributed to the German market.
The natural values of Kosovo represents quality tourism resources. It represents a crossroads which historically dates back to the classical times.
The mountainous west and southeast of Kosovo has great potential for winter tourism. Kosovo is generally rich in various topographical features including high mountains , lakes , canyons , steep rock formations and rivers.
The New York Times included Kosovo on the list of 41 places to visit in Currently, there are two main motorways in Kosovo: The construction of the new R7.
The R6 Motorway is currently under construction. Construction of the motorway started in and it is going to be finished in The Gjakova Airport was built by the Kosovo Force KFOR following the Kosovo War , next to an existing airfield used for agricultural purposes, and was used mainly for military and humanitarian flights.
The local and national government plans to offer Gjakova Airport for operation under a public-private partnership with the aim of turning it into a civilian and commercial airport.
However, the establishment of Faculty of Medicine in the University of Pristina marked a significant development in health care. This was also followed by launching different health clinics which enabled better conditions for professional development.
Nowadays the situation has changed, and the health care system in Kosovo is organised into three sectors: Pristina does not have any regional hospital and instead uses University Clinical Center of Kosovo for health care services.
University Clinical Center of Kosovo provides its health care services in twelve clinics,  where doctors are employed.
Education for primary, secondary, and tertiary levels is predominantly public and supported by the state, run by the Ministry of Education.
Education takes place in two main stages: The primary and secondary education is subdivided into four stages: Preschool education is for children from the ages of one to five.
Primary and secondary education is obligatory for everyone. It is provided by gymnasiums and vocational schools and also available in languages of recognised minorities in Kosovo, where classes are held in Albanian , Serbian, Bosnian , Turkish and Croatian.
The first phase primary education includes grades one to five, and the second phase low secondary education grades six to nine.
The third phase high secondary education consists of general education but also professional education, which is focused on different fields. It lasts four years.
However, pupils are offered possibilities of applying for higher or university studies. According to the Ministry of Education , children who are not able to get a general education are able to get a special education fifth phase.
Higher education can be received in universities and other higher-education institutes. These educational institutions offer studies for Bachelor , Master and PhD degrees.
The students may choose full-time or part-time studies. The Kosovan cuisine is mixed with influences of the Albanian and Serbian origins of its majority population.
Located at crossroad of Albanian , Ottoman , Romance and Slavic cultures, Kosovo has enriched its own cuisine adopting and maintaining some of their cooking traditions and techniques.
Food is an important component in the social life of the people of Kosovo particularly during religious holidays such as Christmas , Easter and Ramadan.
For festive occasions, Baklava , Lokum and Halva are traditionally prepared in almost every household throughout Kosovo and the Balkans regardless of ethnicity or cultural identity.
Perhaps the most prominent and traditional examples of Kosovan food include the Flia and Pite which are served with assorted vegetables , fruit preserves , honey and yogurt.
Flia is composed of multiple layered crepe and is predominantly brushed with cream while Pite are filled with a mixture of salty cheese , meat , potatoes or leek.
The cuisine of Kosovo features a wide range of fresh fruits , vegetables and herbs such as salt , red and black pepper and vegeta.
Coffee is another popular drink although Kosovo is steeped in culture and their coffee culture is a big part of the modern society.
Sport is a significant component of the society and culture of Kosovo. The most prominent sports in Kosovo include football , basketball , judo , boxing , volleyball and handball.
The most popular sport in Kosovo is football by far. It was first codified in During the cold war era from until , football in former Yugoslavia was advancing so fast that in it was formed the Federation of Kosovo , as a subsidiary of the Federation of Yugoslavia.
In , the first independent Federation of Kosovo were founded, after all football players, almost from Kosovo, were banned from the League in Yugoslavia.
The first game was held in the stadium of Flamurtari on 13 September in Pristina , which marked in the same time the start of the first independent championship in Kosovo.
The governing body is mainly responsible for national team and the most main cup competitions. Nowadays, in many European teams there are players of Albanian origin from Kosovo who have had the opportunity to show their talents and values.
Thus, Lorik Cana was the captain of Olympique de Marseille and Sunderland as well as the Albania national team , while Valon Behrami who played for West Ham United , and currently is playing for Udinese and Swiss national football team.
There are other players who had the opportunity to play for European football teams such as Xherdan Shaqiri , who plays as a midfielder for Liverpool and for the Switzerland national football team   or Adnan Januzaj.
Basketball is also one of the favourite sports of the people in Kosovo. The first championship was held in , with the participation of eight teams.
At the Summer Olympics , Kelmendi became the first decorated Kosovan athlete to win a gold medal, also the first gold medal for Kosovo in a major sport tournament.
Although the music in Kosovo is diverse, authentic Albanian and Serbian music still exist. Classical music is well known in Kosovo and has been taught at several music schools and universities.
Kosovan music is influenced by Turkish music due to the almost year span of Ottoman rule in Kosovo though Kosovan folklore has preserved its originality and exemplary.
There were found lots of roots since 5th century BC like paintings in the stones of singers with instruments. Is famous the portrait of "Pani" who was holding an instrument similar to flute .
The contemporary music artists Rita Ora , Dua Lipa and Era Istrefi , are all of Albanian origin and have achieved international recognition for their music.
Serbian music from Kosovo presents a mixture of traditional music, which is part of the wider Balkan tradition, with its own distinctive sound, and various Western and Turkish influences.
Most of Serbian music from Kosovo was dominated by church music, with its own share of sung epic poetry. Viktorija is the only artist from Kosovo, who represented Yugoslavia in the Eurovision Song Contest as part of Aska in It has been influenced by the presence of different civilisations and religions as evidenced by the structures which have survived to this day.
Kosovo is home to many Monasteries and Churches from the 13th and 14th century that represents the Serbian Orthodox legacy.
Architectural heritage from the Ottoman Period includes mosques and hamams from the 15th, 16th and 17th centuries.
Other historical architectural structures of interest include kullas from the 18th and 19th centuries as well as a number of bridges, urban centers and fortresses.
While some vernacular buildings are not considered important in their own right, taken together they are of considerable interest. During the conflict in Kosovo , many buildings that represent this heritage were destroyed or damaged.
Two years later, the site of patrimony was extended as a serial nomination, to include three other religious monuments: These monuments have come under attack, especially during the ethnic violence.
Kosovan art was unknown to the international public for a very long time, because of the regime, many artists were unable to display their art in art galleries, and so were always on the lookout for alternatives, and even resorted to taking matters into their own hands.
Until , artists from Kosovo presented their art in many prestigious worldwide renowned centers. They were affirmed and evaluated highly because of their unique approach to the arts considering the circumstances in which they were created, making them distinguished and original.
It became the highest institution of visual arts in Kosovo. It was named after one of the most prominent artists of Kosovo Muslim Mulliqi.
The film industry of Kosovo dates from the s. In , the parliament of Kosovo established Kosovafilm , a state institution for the production, distribution and showing of films.
Its initial director was the actor Abdurrahman Shala, followed by writer and noted poet Azem Shkreli, under whose direction the most successful films were produced.
After producing seventeen feature films, numerous short films and documentaries, the institution was taken over by the Serbian authorities in and dissolved.
Kosovafilm was reestablished after Yugoslav withdrawal from the region in June and has since been endeavoring to revive the film industry in Kosovo.
The Festival is organised in August in Prizren which attracts numerous international and regional artists. In this annually organised festival films are screened twice a day in three open air cinemas as well as in two regular cinemas.
Except for its films, the festival is also well known for lively nights after the screening. Various events happen within the scope of the festival: In Dokufest was voted as one of the 25 best international documentary festivals.
The Prishtina International Film Festival is the largest film festival, held annually in Pristina, in Kosovo that screens prominent international cinema productions in the Balkan region and beyond, and draws attention to the Kosovar film industry.
Kosovo ranked 58th in the Press Freedom Index report compiled by the Reporters Without Borders , while in , it ranked 90th.
The Media consists of different kinds of communicative media such as radio, television, newspapers, and internet web sites. Most of the media survive from advertising and subscriptions.
As according to IREX there are 92 radio stations and 22 television stations. Pristina is an important fashion design, production and trade hub in the Albanian-speaking territories.
Kosovo has been well documented for its success in global beauty pageantry at Miss Universe. Furthermore, Miss Kosovo is a closely followed event throughout the Kosovo.
The first titleholder was Zana Krasniqi , who placed as a Top 10 finalist at the Miss Universe pageant. She is the first ever Kosovo-Albanian woman to enter and place in the contest finishing 6th, just two tenths of a point from the top five.
The following year turned out to be another success for the Miss Universe Kosovo pageant: Marigona Dragusha placed second runner-up to Miss Universe in the Bahamas making her to be the first delegate from Kosovo to make it top the top five.
In terms of placements, Kosovo has been one of the most successful entrants into the Miss Universe pageant. Ever since debuting in , Kosovo has missed the semi-finals only twice, in and , beating many countries that have been competing for decades.
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