Mr Lluka awards certificates of gratitude to the contributors in the mining sector

 

Prishtina, 12.18.2019 - To honour their contribution to the mining sector, the Minister of Economic Development, Valdrin Lluka, has awarded certificates of gratitude to personalities from the sector, who have contributed both academically and within the sector.

 

In his speech delivered during the ceremony of awarding the certificates of gratitude, Minister Lluka thanked the participants and said that their contribution has been a factor for the development of the country.

 

“I would like to take this opportunity to thank you and tell you that I am grateful for your contribution to the mining sector over the years. You, with your contribution, whether academic or economic, have further advanced this sector”, said Minister Lluka.

 

Minister Lluka also thanked the former Trepça Combine directors who acted in the best possible way considering the difficult conditions under which they operated.

 

During this meeting, the contributors who are no longer with us were commemorated and awarded certificates of gratitude.

 

"Through these certificates of gratitude, I want your name and the names of those who are not among us to remain part of the history of the mining sector, for the contribution given during the 70s, 80s and 90s, without excluding the post-war period", said Mr Lluka during the meeting with the participants. Following is the list of persons who were awarded a certificate of gratitude for their contribution to the mining sector:

 

1. Luljeta Pula Beqiri

 

2. Ekrem Beqiri

 

3. Minir Dushi

 

4. Veli Deva

 

5. Xhelal Orana

 

6. Reshat Abrashi

 

7. Jakup Nushi

 

8. Nuhi Preteni

 

9. Aziz Abrashi

 

10. Burhan Kavaja

 

11. Ibush Jonuzi

 

12. Vahdet Pruthi

 

13. Hashim Këpuska

 

14. Shyqeri Kelemendi

 

15. Sefedin Kastrati

 

16. Bajram Shabani

 

17. Dukaxhin Shala

 

18. Hamid Nuredini

 

19. Shaip Latifi

 

20. Shkelzen Domi

 

21. Nazmi Mikolovci

 

22. Avni Dushi

 

23. Fatmir Rizvanolli

 

24. Engjull Mazreku

 

25. Unberto Bytyqi

 

26. Naip Zeka

 

27. Shefki Isufi

 

28. Jusuf Vula

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