On 10 November, the European Union Rule of Law Mission in Kosovo (EULEX) made a donation of 67 items of IT equipment and office furniture to the “Miladin Mitic” elementary school in Laplje Selo/Lapllaselle, a school that carries out its educational activities in Serbian language for 420 students and has two branches, in Preoce/Preoc and Čaglavica/Çagllavicë.
On 11 November, the Mission made another donation to the “Gjergj Fishta” elementary school in Pristina that consisted of 23 IT equipment items such as computers, monitors, printers and scanners, as well as office furniture.
On 16 November, the Pharmacy Faculty of the University of Pristina received desktop computers and printers from EULEX, which will facilitate the daily work of this education institution. On this occasion, Sean Kerins, EULEX’s Acting Chief of Staff, noted that it is very important to be able to support local education institutions because they are the future of Kosovo.
EULEX has been supporting local education institutions through donations for years now. Since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, the Mission made generous donations to public elementary schools in Pristina and in Besi, as well as to the Municipality of Pristina as part of its No-Child-Is-Left-Behind Initiative.