Constitutional Court, French Embassy and Alliance Française sign a Memorandum on French language training for judges


President of the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Kosovo, Ms. Gresa Caka-Nimani and Her Excellency, Ms. Marie-Christine Butel, French Ambassador to Kosovo, have signed together with Alliance Française de Pristina a Memorandum allowing Court judges and officials to attend French classes.

During the signing ceremony at the Court, President Caka-Nimani thanked Her Excellency, Ms. Butel for her continued support, highlighting the responsiveness of Alliance Française in designing a language training offer coherent with the needs of the Constitutional Court. Reinforcing the professional and linguistic capacities of its judges is a priority for the Court, and this contributes to reinforcing rule of law in Kosovo through ever stronger ties between France and Kosovo.

Her Excellency Ambassador Butel expressed her satisfaction at the signature of the Memorandum, as it will no doubt contribute to supporting the Court in its efforts to strengthen its institutions. This French-language training will give Court judges new tools in their growing relations with their French counterparts.

  This fully justified the participation of Alliance Française President, Ms. Dafina Bytyqi, together with Alliance Française’s director, Ms. Anne – Sophie Veyrier, in this Memorandum as well as in its signing ceremony.