Slovene Village Set up in Kosovo

Ljubljana, 25 November - A Slovene village has been set up in Kosovo's Djakovica and is now ready to receive its inhabitants. On 1 December the village will start taking in homeless people from the region and on 15 December an opening ceremony will take place, national radio and television reported on Thursday.

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