|Agjencia e Statistikave të Kosovës|
Kosovo Agency of Statistics (Albanian : Agjencia e Statistikave të Kosovës, Serbian : Agencija za statistiku Kosova) is the national statistics bureau of Kosovo .
It was officially created in 1948, but restarted working as an independent agency in 1999.After Kosovo's declaration of independence in 2008, the ACK organized Kosovo's first population census in 2011. It is supported by international organizations and statistic agencies, like the OSCE, United Nations, etc. As of 2011, the bureau works within the Kosovo Prime Ministry framework.
Kosovo Polje or Fushë Kosova, is a town and municipality located in the District of Pristina in central Kosovo. According to the 2011 census, the town of Kosovo Polje has 12,919 inhabitants, while the municipality has 33,977 inhabitants.
Peja or Peć is the fourth most populous city of Kosovo and the capital of the eponymous municipality and district. It is situated in the region of Rugova on the eastern section of the Bjeshkët e Nemuna along the Peja Bistrica in the western part of Kosovo.
Podujevo, or Podujeva/Podjeva or Besiana, is a town and municipality in Kosovo's Pristina District. According to the 2011 census, the city has 23,453 inhabitants. The total population of the municipality is estimated at 83,242.
Štimlje or Shtime, is a town and municipality located in the Ferizaj District of Kosovo. According to the 2011 census, the town of Štimlje has 7,225 inhabitants, while the municipality has 27,324 inhabitants. The territory of the municipality covers an area of 134 square kilometers.
The Republic of Kosova or First Republic of Kosovo was a self-declared proto-state in southeastern Europe established in 1991. During its peak, it tried to establish its own parallel political institutions in opposition to the institutions of the Autonomous Province of Kosovo and Metohija held by Yugoslavia's Republic of Serbia.
Pristina Municipality is a municipality in the district of Pristina in Kosovo. The municipality has a population of 198,897 people within an area of 523.13 km2 (201.98 sq mi).
Gjakova Airport AMIKO is an airport in village Lugbunar, near Gjakova in western Kosovo. The airport is expected to become public in the following years, to be used by low-cost commercial airlines and cargo flights.
Foreign relations of Kosovo are accomplished by efforts of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Kosovo. Kosovo operates 24 embassies abroad and is host to 21 Embassies in Pristina. Kosovo has membership in several International Organisations.
The 2008 Kosovo declaration of independence was adopted on 17 February 2008 by the Assembly of Kosovo. In a meeting attended by 109 of the total 120 members, the assembly unanimously declared Kosovo to be independent from Serbia, while all 11 representatives of the Serb minority boycotted the proceedings. This minority was found to be common in the northern District of Mitrovica, bordering Serbia. It was the second declaration of independence by Kosovo's Albanian-majority political institutions; the first was proclaimed on 7 September 1990.
International recognition of Kosovo, since its declaration of independence from Serbia enacted on 17 February 2008, has been mixed, and the international community is divided on the issue.
A District is the highest level of administrative divisions of Kosovo. The districts of Kosovo are based on the Serbian Districts of Kosovo and Metohija.
The Mosque Katip Sinan Qelebi, also known as "Katip Çelebi", is located on the Adem Jaschari Street in Prizren, Kosovo. Katip means "secretary" in Turkish. It may be named after Katip Çelebi but it also may be named like the Plaošnik mosque in Ohrid, which was named after Sinaneddin Yusuf Çelebi, short form Sinan Çelebi, from the Ohrizâde family.
Vlora Çitaku is a Kosovar-Albanian politician and diplomat who currently serves as the Ambassador of Kosovo to the United States. She formerly served as Consul General of Kosovo in New York.
Kosovo is situated in south-eastern Europe. With its central position in the Balkans, it serves as a link in the connection between central and south Europe, the Adriatic Sea, and Black Sea. Tourism in Kosovo is characterized by archaeological heritage from Illyrian, Dardanian, Roman, Byzantine, Serbian and Ottoman times, traditional Albanian and Serbian cuisine, architecture, religious heritage, traditions, and natural landscapes.
Egyptian–Kosovan relations are foreign relations between Egypt and Kosovo.
Mitrovica, is a city and municipality in northern Kosovo.[a] The Municipality of Mitrovica is going through territorial administrative restructuring. Since 2013 two administrative units at the municipal level of authority were created separating the city of Mitrovica in two municipalities; northern and southern Mitrovica. The city is multi-ethnic though Albanians form the absolute majority. The Serbs are heavily concentrated in the north of the city across the River Ibar, an area known as North Mitrovica.
The National Library of Kosovo is the highest library institution in Kosovo established by the Assembly and is located in Pristina.
Pristina, the capital of Kosovo, houses a great number of public and private institutions that have withstood the different periods that this country has experienced, fulfilling the academic aspirations of many generations.
The Serb List is a Serb minority political party in Kosovo.
The Kosovo Agency of Statistics monitors various demographic features of the population of Kosovo, such as population density, ethnicity, education level, health of the populace, economic status, religious affiliations and other aspects of the population. Censuses, normally conducted at ten-year intervals, record the demographic characteristics of the population. According to the first census conducted after the 2008 declaration of independence in 2011, the permanent population of Kosovo had reached 1,810,366.