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Kosovo Pt2: Digital entrepreneurs could solve Kosovo's recognition crisis

Kosovo Pt2: Digital entrepreneurs could solve Kosovo's recognition crisis
 
The Innovation Centre in Kosovo many Kosovars start their digital careers. © Jan Schmidt-Whitley

Since Kosovo declared independence from Serbia ten years ago, only 23 of the EU's 28 member states have recognised it. For Spain, Cyprus, Greece, Slovakia and Romania, the country simply doesn't exist.

This means people in Kosovo can have difficulty travelling in Europe for business.

But young entrepreneurs in Kosovo are getting around this, in part, by concentrating on digital startups, as Clea Broadhurst found out while in the capital Pristina, in this second report of a five part series.


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