The flag of Italy was placed at the entrance of the government headquarters in Kosovo as a sign of solidarity with the coronavirus victims.
The initiative was taken by the Kosovo government itself to honor coronavirus victims as the tragic toll rises.
“Italy celebrates Unity Day today. On its 159th anniversary, Italy faces an invisible enemy that will win together with the whole world. The citizens of Kosovo are always grateful to this friendly state and each of us shares our fate with them. " government sources say in a press release.
Prime Minister Kurti: We close borders but open our hearts
For the unification day of Italy, the government of Kosovo illuminated its building with the Italian flag. As we close the borders to fight the invisible enemy, we must open our hearts and be together in solidarity. The battle against Covid-19 is a struggle that unites us all!
The president of the chamber Osmani: You are not alone
We are in solidarity with the Italian people in these difficult moments of Covid-19. Your singing on the balconies in the middle of the quarantine is an extraordinary show of resilience. As we face the impending closure of borders, we look at your raised morale. You are not alone!
Kosovo, the number of infections reaches 19
Bulletin of March 17 - The number of people infected with coronavirus in Kosovo has reached 19.
In the past 24 hours, others have been identified 2 new cases of COVID-19 in the municipality of Gjakova who have come back from Dusseldorf, Germany, a 54 year old man and a 49 year old woman.
The National Institute of Public Health of Kosovo has received to date 2112 phone calls, and in the last 24 hours only 727 calls have been made.
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