Through a ceremony, a memorandum of cooperation was signed for the Archaeological Site of Dresnik, between the Ministry of Culture and the Embassy of the United States in Kosovo.
Minister of Culture, Youth and Sports, Hajrulla Çeku assessed the archaeological site of Dresnik as a national and international asset. He said that this site, through the original material discovered, testifies to the existence of life from the 2nd and 3rd centuries to continue with the late Roman period.
Çeku expressed his happiness that Dresnik has been selected as one of the six projects that will be financed by the US ambassador's fund.
Meanwhile, the US ambassador to Kosovo, Jefrey Hovenier, expressed his satisfaction with the signing of this memorandum of cooperation, while emphasizing that this investment will attract many visitors and strengthen the ties between Kosovo and the United States of America.
Ministers Çeku announced that public access to the locality and the presentation of material evidence, including the extraordinary mosaic, will soon be possible.
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The archaeological site of Dresnik is located in the village of Dresnik i Poshtëm, about 1.5 km east of the city of Klina and lies between the village and the river Drini i Bardhë. During the excavations of the years 2012-2015, several architectural monuments were identified, of which the Aula with large dimensions stands out. This type of Hall can only belong to the palaces of that time. In addition to the size of the building, this monument stands out because of the polychrome mosaic floors. /Mr. Zeneli/