January 30, 2018

Our colleague, Suzanne (currently in the US), is working on getting Kosovo and Iowa youth closer together through our sister-states youth exchange program.

Last week she was a part of a working lunch with delegations from Kosova and Iowa at Camp Dodge National Guard base in Johnston, Iowa.

This delegation, which TOKA’s partner organization Iowa Sister States hosted, included many central and local level Iowan officials, the Prime minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of Kosova – Behgjet Pacolli, the Consul General in Des Moines, Iowa – Xhavit Gashi, as well as other well-wishers of Kosovo and Iowa.

They gathered to celebrate the contributions and achievements of all the stakeholders who have strengthened the Iowa and Kosova ties and brought their youth closer together.


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