Abbott: Kosovo Institutions Need Professional Recruitment
Abbott: Kosovo Institutions Need Professional Recruitment
The Government of Kosovo has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the British Embassy for senior management positions, where the Ambassador of the United Kingdom, Nicholas Abott, said that signing of this agreement was the first request of Prime Minister Hoti to him and said that Kosovo institutions need professional recruitment, KAG correspondent reported. “Past experience shows that professional and transparent recruitment continues to be a challenge for Kosovo and its institutions. I encourage all citizens who have professional training and meet the conditions to apply. Auditor's reports are sufficient signs that institutions need professional recruitment,” Abott said. Meanwhile, Prime Minister Avdullah Hoti has vowed that the recruitment process will be transparent...Full story can be read through subscription.
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