The graduation ceremony of the fifty-seventh session of the Kosovo Police Academy was held with the participation of the President, Prime Minister and Minister of Interior. With today’s ceremony, the Kosovo Police Academy awarded its 57th class graduates. A total of 433 young men, including 53 women, will join the Kosovo Police Force.
In his speech at the ceremony, President Fyuza Osmani said: “You must be an exemplary citizen of the Republic of Kosovo who cares about enforcing the law, fighting crime, maintaining order, and acting as a guard of public safety. There are 53 brave women among the graduating police officers. There are also 17 Serbs and 5 Bosnians, 2 Gorani, a Turkish and a Romanian are among our graduates.”
Prime Minister Albin Kurti said: “For our government, the protection and security of the country, as well as ensuring public order, remain a priority. The police remain committed to their mission of maintaining public order and safety. Your colleagues have been attacked and injured but they have not surrendered and yet they are on duty,” he said. .
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