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Kosovo has a total population of 1,845,281 people. The vast majority of Kosovo’s population is ethnic Albanian (92%), with small numbers of Kosovo Serbs (5%) and other minority groups (3%). Kosovo’s Albanians are mostly Muslim, while Kosovo’s Serbs are Orthodox Christian.

The Kosovo Albanians are the largest and most dominant group in Kosovo. They make up 92% of Kosovo’s population, and have significant political and cultural power. The Kosovo Serbs are the second-largest group in Kosovo, making up 5% of the population. Other minority groups in Kosovo include Roma (3%), Ashkali (2%), and Turks (1%).

The Kosovo Albanians have a long history of conflict with the Kosovo Serbs. Since Kosovo’s independence in 2008, tensions between Kosovo Albanians and Kosovo Serbs have remained high. In 2013, Kosovo’s parliament voted to give Kosovo Albanian language official status in Kosovo.

Kosovo’s population is young, with a median age of 27 years. The majority of Kosovo’s population is under the age of 35 (56%), and the youth population (ages 15-24) makes up 29% of the total population. Kosovo’s population is also growing rapidly, with a natural growth rate of 1.6%. Kosova’s birth rate is high, at 14.4 births per 1,000 people, and the mortality rate is low, at 5.8 deaths per 1,000 people. Kosovo’s population is projected to reach 2 million by 2050.

Kosovo is one of the poorest countries in Europe, with a GDP per capita of just $3,900. Kosovo has a high unemployment rate, at 28%. Kosovo’s economy is heavily dependent on remittances from Kosovo Albanians living abroad. These remittances make up around 15% of Kosovo’s GDP.

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The Kosovo Albanians are the largest and most dominant group in Kosovo. They make up 92% of Kosovo’s population, and have significant political and cultural power. The Kosovo Serbs are the second-largest group in Kosovo, making up 5% of the population. They are largely concentrated in northern Kosovo, and have strong ties to Serbia. Other minority groups in Kosovo include Roma (3%), Ashkali (2%), and Turks (1%).

The Kosovo Albanians have a long history of conflict with the Kosovo Serbs. In 2013, Kosovo’s parliament voted to give Kosovo Albanian language official status in Kosovo. This decision was strongly opposed by Kosovo Serbs, and led to increased tensions between the two groups.

Kosovo is one of the poorest countries in Europe, with a GDP per capita of just $3,900. Kosovo has a high unemployment rate, at 28%. Kosovo’s economy is heavily dependent on remittances from Kosovo Albanians living abroad. These remittances make up around 15% of Kosovo’s GDP.

Religions:

Islam – Kosovo Albanians (Sunni), Kosovo Serbs (Orthodox Christian)

Languages: Kosovo Albanian, Serbian, Turkish, Roma

Friendly population: Kosovo Albanians, Kosovo Serbs, Roma, Turks

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