Today at the headquarters of the Emergency Management Agency, Mr. Fadil Kodra received a meeting with the Department for Public Order and Security of the OSCE Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe.
Accompanied by the National Adviser Against Organized Crime, Mr. Naim Hoxha and the person responsible for cooperation with Public Security Institutions in Kosovo, Mr. nj. Shpresa Muharremi, Mr. Edward Anderson became closely acquainted with the field of mission and organization of the Agency. In addition to exchanging mutual knowledge, opportunities for increased cooperation in the future were unveiled, while the OSCE mission donated a significant amount of multi-purpose protective masks from the COVID-19 Pandemic which were also destined for the first responders in the Unit. Professional for Extinguishing Fires and Rescue Prishtina.
After the meeting at the headquarters of AME, the staff of the OSCE Mission, as well as Deputy. The General Director of AME, Mr. Shefki Avdullahu and the person in charge of international cooperation and public relations Nehat Koçinaj, met the Commander of the unit Mr. Latif Zeka who welcomed them with all the staff and informed the participants about the achievements and challenges they face in their mission in the service of the citizens of 4. Municipality. On this occasion, the medical staff of the OSCE Mission in Kosovo Dr. Ramadan Dedinja and Flutra Berisha presented to firefighters "the best practices and response measures used to prevent Covid-19, focusing also on the importance of the use of protective masks by firefighters in their workplace and abroad duty "
Emergency Management Agency MPBAP is always close to the citizens in case of danger, both with the response capacity of professional units, as well as with coordination and management mission in disaster situations, especially during Pandemic with COVID 19 where the capacity of the Agency is a determining node in building and functioning of the main state mechanism The Operational Center of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Public Administration, which with the activation of the National Response Plan was and continues to manage all local capacity and international assistance to overcome the situation with as little loss of life and suffering of the citizens of the country.
Thanks to this well-known contribution, Kosovo represents a special case in the region in managing the COVID-19 Pandemic threat.