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Vlora Çitaku , Minister for European Integration, Kosovo

Ms. Çitaku is only the second Minister of European Integration since the establishment of the Ministry within the Government of Kosovo in 2009. She has previously served as an Acting Minister of Foreign Affairs and Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, in a Ministry established shortly after Kosovo declared its independence. Ms. Çitaku helped establish the Ministry, establishing the very first Diplomatic Corps of Kosovo and representing Kosovo on bilateral and multilateral relations, such as in the UN of Security Council. Ms. Çitaku has also served as a Member of Parliament in two legislatures, being a member of the Democratic Party of Kosovo. She has been involved in parliamentary Commission of Foreign Affairs and European Integration. In the last elections, Ms. Çitaku was elected as an MP, being one of the most voted candidates within her political party. She is also a member of the Presidency of the biggest political party in Kosovo, which she joined since the very establishment of the party in 1999. Previously, she had served as the spokesperson of the party, a Media Advisor as well as a Liaison Officer with the international community organizations. Ms. Çitaku has earned an MA in Media and Journalism, and prior to joining the political arena she had worked as a journalist and an interpreter for several Western media organization during, the Kosovo crisis of 1998 – 1999.

Ms. Çitaku also serves as a board member of a Kosovo charity organization that supports the protection of women against domestic violence.

Donika Kadaj–Bujupi, Member of Parliament, Kosovo

Donika Kadaj – Bujupi was born in Sarajevo in 1979. When she was five years old, she and her family turned back to Kosovo, where her father came from. Donika differed from others since her early ages, because of her ambition, and strong interpersonal and communication skills. In 2005, Donika obtained a BA degree in journalism and communications in Pristina. In 2007 she was awarded Master of Arts degree in journalism and communication at Kosovo Institute of Journalism and Communication (KIJAC) in Pristina. Her main publication is: “Media ethics in post conflict countries. Sample of Kosovo 2000 – 2003”.

Donika has attended a lot of training seminars in and out of Kosovo, including Summer University for Democracy (Strasbourg); Institute of Political Studies (PIPS, EU); Training on interpersonal skills. Donika Kadaj–Bujupi is member of the Parliament of Kosovo since 2007. She is affiliated at the Alliance for the Future of Kosovo (AAK). Until 2010 she was member of committee of education, youth, culture and sport. From 2010 she is member of committee for Foreign Affairs. Donika has two children, and she lives with them and her husband in Pristina.