Prishtina is the capital city of Kosovo, the city of the future with efficient and quality services that serve the general well-being of its citizens.
A city with proper urban and spatial planning, which makes the capital a safe haven for a prosperous socio-economic, cultural, educational, sports life, and providing well-being and quality of life for the citizens of the municipality of Prishtina.
The official language spoken in Kosovo is Albanian.
Kosovo's relations with the state of Albania are quite good. Kosovars use Albanian for communication. The second official language is Serbian.
The euro is the official currency used in Kosovo. Many countries also support credit card payments.
The climate in Kosovo is a continental climate, resulting in hot summers and cold winters. Due to the uneven altitudes in different places in Kosovo, there are differences in temperature and precipitation. December and January are the coldest months, July and August are the hottest months of the year. Snowfall can be expected between November and March.
According to Kosovo statistics agency statistics at the beginning of 2019 Kosovo had a total of 1,795,666 inhabitants. The city of Prishtina is the most populous city with a total population of 214,688. According to the 2011 Kosovo statistics agency census Kosovo is inhabited by 92.9% Albanians, 1.5% Serbs, 1.1% Turkish, 1.6% Bosniak, 0.9% Ashkali, 0.7% Egyptian, 0.6% Gorani, 0.5% Roma and 0.1% others.
The dialing code used in Kosovo is +383.
Central European Time (GMT + 1)
Official holidays in accordance with Article 2 of Law no. 03 / L-064, for the official holidays in the Republic of Kosovo, click the following link:Click here
There are seven regional hospitals located in the largest cities of Kosovo. Moreover, these are supported by health centers in each of the 38 municipalities in the country.
In addition to the Public Health System, there are numerous private hospitals in Kosovo. Well-stocked pharmacies can be found in any city throughout Kosovo, some of which are open 24 hours.
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The emergency lines in Kosovo are:
112 - Emergency Line
192 - Police
194 - Ambulance