Temporary Board of Directors (BPD) of the Kosovo Energy Corporation (KEK) in today’s meeting, 17 September 2021, with the objective of implementing applicable laws and Government decisions and increasing performance in production and in the environmental field , in accordance with the competencies and responsibilities he has as a shareholder representative has taken some important decisions for the corporation.
In this meeting, BPD approved the distribution of dividends to shareholders and reallocation of funds in accordance with the decision of the Government of the Republic of Kosovo in accordance with the Law on Budget in the amount of 10 million euros.
BPD decided that the management of KEK to take concrete actions to accurately implement the obligations arising from Law no; 05 / L-044 on the environmentally endangered area of Obiliq and its surroundings.
BPD emphasized the implementation of environmental projects around the endangered area of Obiliq and the implementation of employment priority as provided by this law. In this regard BPD has also instructed the management of KEK sh.a. that the municipality of Fushë Kosovë / Kosovo Polje as a municipality affected by KEK projects be supported in terms of environmental protection and other projects for the benefit of the Community.
The BPD has recommended to the management to consider the possibility of shortening the service term in terms of physical security activity.
One of the important topics that was addressed by BPD in this meeting was the pandemic situation in the corporation and respect for the decision of the Government of the Republic of Kosovo on measures to prevent and combat the COVID-19 pandemic. On this occasion BPD was informed that KEK has taken all necessary measures to implement the decision of the Government, in which case so far the corporation has vaccinated over 92% of its employees and the vaccination process is continuing for employees. other.
Based on the high percentage of vaccination of corporate employees, BPD has highly assessed the willingness of corporate employees for their readiness to implement the decision of the Government of the Republic of Kosovo in particular, as well as the response of KEK employees in the implementation of measures and willingness to vaccinate and implement pandemic measures in general.
Assessing the need to fill the necessary jobs with special emphasis on production, BPD has decided to initiate procedures through public announcement of employment in accordance with applicable laws and internal regulations to be filled. Necessary positions are divided into two categories, with secondary and higher education, positions that have been vacated due to lack of employees in production, since only in the last 5 years about 1000 employees have retired.
After the meeting, BPD also visited the Coal Production Division (DPQ) where it was closely informed about the current state of production. During this visit, the challenges, objectives and development plans of the mine were discussed, including the further expropriation process.
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