Mining Department

Following are the tasks and responsibilities:

  1. Proposes, drafts and ensures the implementation of policy/strategy documents in the mining sector;
  2. Proposes, drafts and ensures the implementation of mining sector legislation;
  3. Prepares and monitors community development plans, affected by mining activities;
  4. Provides support in drafting, reviewing and proposing the Management Plant for mineral resource management documents;
  5. Proposes and drafts mineral resource promotion programs;
  6. Manages, updates and maintains the database on mining and energy activities;
  7. Processes technical documentation on generation and preparation of utilizable mineral resource balances.


2. The Head of the Mining Department reports to the Secretary General.

3. The Mining Department comprises:


  1. Mining Policy Division;
  2. Mineral Resource and Balance Division;
  3. Database and Promotion Division.

4. Number of employees in the Mining Department is eleven (11). 

 

Head of Department of Mines: Skender Sallahi

Tel: 038 200 215/13
Email: skender.sallahi@rks-gov.net 

Database and Promotion Division
Following are tasks and responsibilities:

  1. Manages, maintains and updates the database on mining and energy activities;
  2. Collects, processes and digitalizes mineral data;
  3. Maintains software licenses and other technical digital equipment;
  4. Oversees, compiles and designs thematic maps on mining and energy sector, through professional software;
  5.  Leads the process of prepares various materials for the promotion of mineral resources;
  6. Drafts regular reports on mineral activities and developments;
  7. Takes part in drafting legislation and policy mining sector documents/strategies;
  8. Maintains the functioning of the national Kosovo GIS with data from the sphere of mining and energy;

2. The Head of the Database and Promotion Division reports to the Head of the Mining Department.

3. Number of employees in the Database and Promotion Division is three (3).

Mining Resource and Balance Division

Following are the tasks and responsibilities:

  1. Collects and processes data from research, and on utilization of mineral resources;
  2. Takes part in drafting and reviewing mining sector policy documents/strategies;
  3. Takes part in drafting mining sector legislation;
  4. Follows the development and supports the implementation of mining sector standards and technical rules;
  5. Follows-up, plans and coordinates activities in the preparation of the proposed list for mining royalties;
  6. Processes technical documentation on production and prepares balances on utilizable mineral resources;
  7. Takes part  in preparing and proposes materials and data for promotion of mineral sources;
  8. Drafts regular periodic reports on balance data and mineral activities.


2. The Head of the Mineral Resource and Balance Division reports to the Head of the Mining Department.

3. The number of employees in the Mining Resource and Balance Division is three (3). 

Mining Policy Division

Tasks and responsibilities:

  1. Leads the process of drafting and review of policy documents/strategies in the mining sector;
  2. Proposes, drafts and monitors the implementation of mining sector legislation;
  3. Drafts regular periodic reports on the implementation of the Mining Strategy;
  4. Drafts and monitors development plans for communities affected by mining activities;
  5. Offers support in reviewing and proposing the adoption of the mineral resource management plan;
  6. Reviews spatial plans in relation to mineral resource management.


2. The Head of the Mining Policy Division reports to the Head of the Mining Department.

3. Number of employees in the Mining Policy Division is four (4). 

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