Photo: Norwegian Embassy in Prishtina.Photo: Norwegian Embassy in Prishtina

Corruption in Kosovo varies in size from petty corruption to grand corruption. Grand corruption is a serious threat to democracy and the state building process. Corruption as part of organized crime is also a security threat. Compared to the situation just a few years ago, grand corruption is now being talked about; political leaders, the European Commission and others, are having corruption an...

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Den norske ambassaden i Prishtina tilbyr høsten 2016 praktikantopphold på inntil seks måneder for studenter som vil sette seg inn i forholdene ved en norsk utenriksstasjon. Søknadsfrist for praktikantstillingen er 10. Juni 2016.

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‘In the coming years, the EEA and Norway Grants will primarily be used to promote innovation and growth in Europe through cooperation between Norway and the beneficiary countries,’ said Minister of EEA and EU Affairs Elisabeth Aspaker.

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Due to many inquiries, the Norwegian Embassy would like to inform that for budgetary reasons there will be no open call for projects in 2016. The Norwegian assistance budget for the Western Balkan region, including Kosovo and Albania, has been significantly reduced for 2016 as a result of financial implications of the migration situation throughout Europe and the Middle East. We thank our...

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The Embassy will be closed on the following dates in the year 2016.

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Are you planning to travel to Norway, Denmark, Lithuania or Iceland during the summer?

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Follow these steps for application for a visa to Norway, Denmark, Lithuania or Iceland.

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