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Country Fact Sheet: Kosovo is located on the Balkan peninsula and does not have sea access. The capital and largest city is Pristina. The official languages are Albanian and Serbian. Kosovo is 150th in the world ranking with 1.9 million inhabitants.
Education and Culture: The education strategy is defined by the Ministry of Education. The primary and secondary education is subdivided into four stages: preschool education, primary and low secondary education, high secondary education and special education. Primary and secondary education is obligatory for everyone. It is provided by gymnasiums and vocational schools and also available in languages of recognised minorities in Kosovo, where classes are held in Albanian, Serbian, Bosnian, Turkish, and Croatian. Higher education can be received in universities and other higher education institutes. These educational institutions offer studies for Bachelor, Master and PhD degrees.
The Kosovan culture is mixed with influences of the Albanian and Serbian origins of its majority population.
Sport: Sport is a significant component of the society and culture of Kosovo. The most prominent sports in Kosovo include football, basketball, judo, boxing, volleyball and handball. The Olympic Committee of Kosovo became a full member of the International Olympic Committee in 2014. It participated at the 2015 European Games in Azerbaijan and the 2016 Summer Olympics in Brazil.
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