These video stock shots on Kosovo cover four topics: a general presentation of Kosovo; key reforms on the path to the EU; Kosovo and the EU; and What Kosovo can bring to the EU.
They feature new images of Pristina, political institutions and the towns of Prizren and Mitrovica.
They reflect the main reform areas in the relations between Kosovo and the EU, such as rule of law, border management, prospective visa regime liberalization, etc.
The EU's support to Kosovo's efforts to adopt EU standards is illustrated through a series of concrete projects in a set of areas.
The cultural heritage and human potential of Kosovo are illustrated through several selected examples of what Kosovo can bring to the EU. This is shown in the following sub-chapters: youth, heritage, energy and people.
Only the original language version is authentic and it prevails in the event of its differing from the translated versions.
||Panoramic view of Pristina (3 shots)
||Road signs and traffic (6 shots)
||Panoramic views (6 shots)
||People in the streets, statue of Bill Clinton (4 shots)
||Big poster of the former President of Kosovo Ibrachim Rugova (2 shots)
||People walking in pedestrian zones, monument to Mother Theresa (4 shots)
||Scanderbeg square (3 shots)
||The Parliament of Kosovo, interior views, session of the Parliament (9 shots)
||Panoramic view of Mitrovica (2 shots)
||Main bridge in Mitrovica (6 shots)
||Kosovo police patrol on the bridge, checking cars, man feeding ducks (7 shots)
||Serbian flags on the northern side of the bridge, EULEX (EU rule of law mission in Kosovo) car (7 shots)
||Old stone bridge in Prizren and surroundings (4 shots)
||Main square with fountain, orthodox church, mosque (10 shots)
||Traffic, catholic church (5 shots)
||Exterior views of the EULEX Headquarters in Kosovo, EU flag and entrance (3 shots)
||EULEX offices and people at work (9 shots)
||Border crossing point on the border with the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, large shots, Kosovo flag (3 shots)
||Control of documents and cars (11 shots)
||Passport control, new equipment to check documents, trucks and cars lining up (5 shots)
||German embassy in Pristina, people applying for Schengen visas, holding passports and required documents (9 shots)
||Five bridges have been reconstructed with the help of EU funds on the M2 road, which connects Kosovo with the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia. This is the main access route in and out of Kosovo, with more than 14.000 cars every day. (12 shots)
||Newly constructed Municipal Health Centre in Vushtrri, central Kosovo (5 shots)
||Restoration of the "Beledije" building in Prizren, which is one of the important sites in the historical old town of Prizren (5 shots)
||Young people in the streets and cafés of Pristina - Kosovo has the youngest population in Europe (6 shots)
||Images of the old town in Prizren, with its unique mix of architectural styles, Christian and Muslim religious sites and historical monuments (9 shots)
||Coal mine, machines at work - Kosovo has 14 billion tons of lignite (third in world) (12 shots)
||Power plant in Obilić (4 shots)
||People working on construction sites - Skilful young people are the biggest potential of the Kosovo economy, which is still facing very high levels of unemployment (14 shots)
||Panoramic view, new constructions in Pristina (2 shots)