Day Of Memorial And Respect For Veterans is a holiday that’s observed in Kosovo on March 6th of each year. The purpose of this holiday is to memorialize all of the veterans who have died while defending their country, as well as all of the veterans who are still serving the nation.
On this day, citizens are encouraged to show their appreciation to everyone serving and respect to all of those who have already served. Although this holiday is widely observed across the Republic of Kosovo—it’s a working holiday so citizens don’t receive the day off and businesses don’t close on this day.
Some Quick Facts About Kosovo
Let’s take a couple of moments and talk about some of the facts that people might not realize about Kosovo. So without further ado, we’ve listed some of these facts below for everyone to enjoy.
- The Ottoman Empire ruled Kosovo from the middle of the 15th century to the early 20th century.
- The name of Kosovo comes from a place in Serbia whose name translates to “field of blackbirds” in English.
- Kosovo is recognized as an independent country by 110 countries.
- Kosovo is the smallest country in the Balkans.
Observing Day Of Memorial And Respect For Veterans In Kosovo
On this day, all citizens are encouraged to give members of the armed forces the respect they deserve. People are also encouraged to remember all of those who have fallen while serving Kosovo. People can expect to see parades, parties, and other special events on this day.
When is Day Of Memorial And Respect For Veterans?
|This year (2022)||March 6 (Sunday)||Multiple dates - more|
|Next year (2023)||March 6 (Monday)||Multiple dates - more|
|Last year (2021)||March 6 (Saturday)||Multiple dates - more|