|About Operation Kosovo||
Daily Trip Report - July 26, 2003
a little bit less busy than my other days here, mostly because it's the
there were no tables left in the restaurant, so someone invited me to
share his table. His name is Bujar Gosalci, and he is a young local who
works for the EU pillar in the Fiscal Affairs Office. We talked about
his job there, his weekend plans to attend two weddings (it's apparently
high season for weddings here), and about Operation Kosovo projects. I
don't have the greatest background in fiscal affairs, so if anyone has
questions for him, let me know. :) He's also the person responsible for
pointing me towards a copy shop that agreed to copy the book without unbinding
had some trouble getting any appointments for this afternoon, I got my
shopping for family and friends out of the way. I also found the NGO registration
office and the UNMIK public information office, and got instructions for
finding the district court. This way, when the offices are open on Monday
I can theoretically get a lot of tasks done more quickly.
My day was
also a little slower than planned because Valza's brother Jeton is in
the hospital, so the family is busy taking care of him. He had a stomach
problem that they weren't able to explain to me in English, but he is
not at risk any more and they think he will be fine. He is just staying
at the hospital for monitoring and recovery.
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