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11 July 2016

COCA-COLA HBC KOSOVA SUPPORTS HANDIKOs

Coca-Cola HBC in Kosovo supports HandiKos

Prishtina, 8 July 2016

Coca-Cola HBC Kosovo as part of its efforts to social responsibility today organized a volunteer activity together with her long-term partner HandiKos in international village. Tens of company employees spent the day conducting entertainment activities with children and playing ping-pong, chess and darts with HandiKOS members in an effort to provide further assistance to Handikos. In addition to these activities, they are also involved in the dialogue about the needs and concerns of HANDIKOS.

"Coca-Cola HBC Kosovo has been an integral part of the communities in Kosovo for a long time, contributing to their welfare through the value created through stable operations of the business, but also by organizing charity activities whenever it was possible. Our employees share our vision that we can be successful only in a community prosperous and they often do volunteer work on projects related to the community. We are honored to be able to spend all day with these great people we inspired to even greater works, "said Kreshnik Sinani, Director of Coca-Cola HBC Kosovo.

As director of HandiKos, Mr. Afrim Maliqi, expressed his sincere gratitude for their continuous support to Coca-Cola HBC has offered HANDIKOS.

"Today's event is a continuation of activities that Coca-Cola HBC Kosovo, organizes HandiKos-in launched by fate in the past have had cooperation on various projects. But this is the first activity of this HandKos them-in, where in addition to sporting donated these funds have a volunteer who is socialized with our community. So, sharing conversations, contacts and photos, will affect what we already people with disabilities have instead accepted everywhere in society, "said Mr. Afrim Maliqi, director of Handikos.

 

Coca-Cola HBC in Kosovo was established in June 2003. Since inception, the company has been committed to create value throughout the value chain, investing more than 4 million euro in improving market conditions, growth employee skills and creation of long-term programs for local communities. The company employs local staff and is a responsible tax payer.