New police officers have graduated, heads of state: We will address every challenge of police officers

Today, in the 58th generation of the Kosova Police, 418 young cadets have graduated, among them, 46 are women.

At the graduation ceremony, the heads of state emphasized that the Kosova Police is a priority for the Government of Kosovo, for which they promised to address every challenge of each police officer.

President Vjosa Osmani has said that graduating from the Police Academy is no small achievement.

Osmani, before the young cadets, emphasized that they are responsible for protecting the border in cooperation with local authorities and international partners.

President Osmani said that it is necessary for Kosovo to become a member of Interpol and Europol. She said that it is necessary to have more women and girls in the Kosova Police.

Meanwhile, Prime Minister Albin Kurti has emphasized that the Kosova Police continues to remain one of the most reliable institutions for citizens.
While congratulating the new cadets, Kurti added that the government will support them to overcome any challenge.

Meanwhile, the Minister of Internal Affairs, Xhelal Sveçla, while expressing his pride for the work that the Kosova Police is doing, has emphasized that the police officers in the last months with their commitment have shown that they do not compromise with gangs and crime.
The General Director of the Kosova Police, Gazmend Hoxha, had several orders for the new cadets.
The spokeswoman of the generation, Marigona Brahimi, expressed her happiness that after all the challenges during the training, they managed to overcome them successfully.
Brahimi said that the knowledge gained during the training will serve to make the people of Kosovo safer.