Government of Kosovo

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Government of Kosovo
Albanian: Qeveria e Kosovës
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Overview
Established17 February 2008 (2008-02-17)
PolityKosovo
LeaderPrime Minister of Kosovo
Appointed byPresident of Kosovo
Main organCabinet
Responsible toAssembly of Kosovo
HeadquartersGovernment Building, Pristina
Websitehttp://www.rks-gov.net
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The Government of Kosovo (Albanian: Qeveria e Kosovës; exercises executive authority in the Republic of Kosovo.[a] It is composed of government ministers, and is led by the Prime Minister. The Prime Minister is elected by the Assembly of the Republic of Kosovo. Ministers are nominated by the Prime Minister and then confirmed by the Assembly.

Avdullah Hoti is the current Prime Minister of Kosovo. His government, approved by the Assembly and installed on June 3, 2020, consists of Albanians, as well as ministers from Kosovo's ethnic minorities, which include Bosniaks, Turks and Serbs. Although the government includes representatives of ethnic minorities, it is dominated by the Albanian majority, who have most influence on the decision-making.[1]

Current Cabinet[edit]

Office Incumbent Party Term started Days
Prime Minister Avdullah Hoti.jpg
Avdullah Hoti (caretaker)
LDK 3 June 2020 225
First Deputy Prime Minister Besnik Tahiri AAK 3 June 2020 225
Deputy Prime Minister Driton Selmanaj LDK 3 June 2020 225
Deputy Prime Minister Albulena Balaj-Halimaj.jpg
Albulena Balaj-Halimaj
NISMA 3 June 2020 225
Deputy Prime Minister
Minister of Administration and Local Government
Goran Rakić Minister.jpg
Goran Rakić
SL 3 June 2020 225
Minister of Foreign Affairs 2020 Meliza Haradinaj-Stublla (50436412377) (cropped).jpg
Meliza Haradinaj
AAK 3 June 2020 225
Minister of Communities and Returns Dalibor Jevtić.png
Dalibor Jevtić
SL 3 June 2020 225
Minister of Defense Anton Quni.jpg
Anton Quni
LDK 3 June 2020 225
Minister of Infrastructure Arban Abrashi2.jpg
Arban Abrashi
LDK 3 June 2020 225
Minister of Finance Hykmete Bajrami.jpg
Hykmete Bajrami
LDK 3 June 2020 225
Minister of Health Armend Zemaj.jpg
Armend Zemaj
LDK 3 June 2020 225
Minister of Culture, Youth and Sports Vlora Dumoshi LDK 3 Jane 2020 225
Minister of Justice Selim Selimi AAK 3 June 2020 225
Ministry of Education, Science and Technology Ramë Likaj AAK 3 June 2020 225
Minister of Internal Affairs and Public Administration Agim Veliu LDK 3 June 2020 225
Minister of Economy Blerim Kuqi AAK 3 June 2020 225
Minister of Labour and Social Welfare Skender Reçica NISMA 3 June 2020 225
Minister of Agriculture Besian Mustafa LDK 3 June 2020 225
Ministry of Trade and Industry Vesel Krasniqi NISMA 3 June 2020 225
Minister of Rural Development Enis Kervan KDTP 3 June 2020 225
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See also[edit]

Notes and references[edit]

Notes[edit]

a. ^ Kosovo is the subject of a territorial dispute between the Republic of Kosovo and the Republic of Serbia. The Republic of Kosovo unilaterally declared independence on 17 February 2008. Serbia continues to claim it as part of its own sovereign territory. The two governments began to normalise relations in 2013, as part of the 2013 Brussels Agreement. Kosovo is currently recognized as an independent state by 98 out of the 193 United Nations member states. In total, 113 UN member states recognized Kosovo at some point, of which 15 later withdrew their recognition.

References[edit]

  1. ^ GROWup - Geographical Research On War, Unified Platform. "Ethnicity in Kosovo". ETH Zurich. Retrieved 1 November 2018.
  2. ^ "Kabineti Qeveritar" [Government Cabinet] (in Albanian). Office of the Prime Minister of Kosovo. Retrieved 18 July 2018.

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