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Osmani addresses the citizens for the end of the year, calls for unification

The President of the country, Vjosa Osmani addressed the citizens of Kosovo with an address for the end of the year.

Osmani called on everyone to unite.

According to her, all people but also politics should remove differences and look beyond themselves.

“In times of difficulty, we must try to look beyond ourselves and start acting as united as possible – because we are too small to be separated. Whether at home or at work, whether fighting the pandemic or protecting the environment, in times like these, we must work hard to cultivate and embrace a sense of unity. This is because we may have political differences or worldview differences, but I strongly believe that we all have the same final goal: to see Kosovo as a prosperous and prosperous country where everyone feels proud, considering it the home of tire. “I have no doubt that if we work together, we can achieve this, but even more than that,” she said.

The head of state has also called for vaccination of citizens against COVID-19.

“Next year, unfortunately, we will face ongoing health challenges, as the pandemic is not over yet. I want to use this moment to remember all those we have lost from this deadly virus, sharing with their families! “I thank you, dear citizens, for your patience so far and the awareness shown, and I ask you to continue to respect the measures, as I ask you to be vaccinated – including taking the booster dose”, said Osmani. / Voice

Osman’s full address:

Dear citizens of the Republic of Kosovo,

We are concluding this year together and on the eve of the New Year, I wish you, your families and your loved ones a good year, full of health and harmony.

The year we are leaving behind, similar to the previous year, has been characterized by great global and domestic challenges, but I remain hopeful for our future as a country and as a people. I am convinced that our best days are ahead of us.

Earlier this year our citizens voted for a significant change. Of course, your expectations are high because you deserve good governance that works in your best interest. Despite the many challenges that countries around the world have faced, I want to assure you that the institutions of our country are working day and night to represent you with integrity, at home or abroad. But, above all, I want to tell you that we are working hard to ensure a better and more dignified life for all across the country.

But, tonight, in particular, I want to talk about the contribution that each of you has made to make Kosovo a better place during the year we are leaving behind.

I want to thank our health workers for their tireless work in facing the greatest challenge the world has faced in this century.

I want to thank our police officers, who in addition to their daily work made additional contributions, staying close to the citizens in the face of the pandemic and helping to protect our safety and health.

I want to thank our soldiers, who continue to contribute to maintaining peace and security, inside and outside Kosovo.

I also want to thank the firefighters who take care of our safety in challenging times.

I also thank those who reached the pinnacle of success by making us proud despite the challenges: successful businesses that export to every corner of the world and local businesses that engaged in innovation and thrived despite the challenges posed by the pandemic.

I thank our athletes who opened their doors to us on the distant continents, our people of art who proudly displayed their work and important parts of our history, thus becoming the pride of every citizen of the country.

I would also like to thank the professional media and journalists who fought to defend the truth at a time when the entire globe is facing the serious challenge of misinformation.

I would also like to thank our extraordinary diaspora for its great contribution to Kosovo moving forward, through its financial, cultural, political and humanitarian contribution.

A special thanks goes to our dedicated international allies, who continue to work with us to help Kosovo advance its international position, as well as for its direct contribution to improving your life.

Finally, but no less important, I want to thank you, dear citizens, for your tireless work, continuous contribution, perseverance, understanding and courage.

It is undoubtedly an honor to serve a people, but there is no greater honor than to serve the people of Kosovo.

Dear citizens,

Next year, unfortunately, we will face ongoing health challenges, as the pandemic is not over yet.

I want to use this moment to remember all those we have lost from this deadly virus, sharing with their families!

I thank you, dear citizens, for your patience and awareness so far, and I ask you to continue to respect the measures, as I ask you to be vaccinated – including taking the booster dose.

In times of difficulty, we should try to look beyond ourselves and start acting as united as possible – because we are too little to be separated. Whether at home or at work, whether fighting the pandemic or protecting the environment, in times like these, we must work hard to cultivate and embrace a sense of unity.

This is because we may have political differences or worldview differences, but I strongly believe that we all have the same final goal: to see Kosovo as a prosperous and prosperous country where everyone feels proud, considering it the home of tire. I have no doubt that if we work together, we can achieve this, but even more than that.

Once again, Happy New Year and best wishes to you and your loved ones!

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