On 10 November, 19 high school students and two teachers from the Nærum Gymnasium in Denmark visited the European Union Rule of Law Mission in Kosovo (EULEX).
They were briefed by the Head of Press and Public Information Office and Spokesperson, Ioanna Lachana, and the Thematic Lead Monitor for Hate Crimes, Svend Erik Hellner, about the mission’s work, its journey, as well as the objectives and challenges the Mission faced to date. The students were also presented with an overview of the mission’s current mandate and achievements.
The visitors were impressed by the mission’s work and asked specific questions on our presence in Kosovo. After the presentation, they engaged in an interactive discussion with the EULEX staff, who encouraged them to continue their studies, so that one day they can become part of the EULEX team.