REGULATION NO. 2000/67

UNMIK/REG/2000/67

29 December 2000

 

 

ON THE APPROVAL OF THE KOSOVO CONSOLIDATED BUDGET AND AUTHORIZING EXPENDITURES FOR THE PERIOD 1 JANUARY TO 31 DECEMBER 2001

 

 

The Special Representative of the Secretary-General,

 

Pursuant to the authority given to him under United Nations Security Council resolution 1244 (1999) of 10 June 1999,

 

Taking into account United Nations Interim Administration Mission in Kosovo (UNMIK) Regulation No. 1999/1 of 25 July 1999, as amended, on the Authority of the Interim Administration in Kosovo and UNMIK Regulation No. 1999/16 of 6 November 1999, as amended, on the Establishment of the Central Fiscal Authority of Kosovo and Other Related Matters,

 

For the purpose of approving the Kosovo Consolidated Budget for the period 1 January to 31 December 2001 and other related matters,

 

Hereby promulgates the following:

 

 

Section 1

Definitions

 

For the purposes of the present regulation:

 

(a)    "Budget Line" shall mean the total of the expenditure categories for a particular Administrative Department, Departmental Unit or Municipality;

 

(b)   "Expenditure Categories" shall mean Salaries and Wages, Other Goods and Services, Subsidies and Transfers, Capital Outlays and Reserve;

 

(c)    "Central Fiscal Authority Accounting Record" shall mean the accounting record established by the Central Fiscal Authority;

 

(d)   "Kosovo Consolidated Budget" shall mean the overall budget of Kosovo which comprises the budget transactions of the general administrative, municipal and public enterprise sectors of government activity, consolidated in accordance with internationally accepted government finance standards;

 

(e)    "Kosovo Consolidated Fund" shall mean the fund established pursuant to UNMIK Regulation No. 1999/16, as amended;

 

(f)    "Kosovo General Budget Section" shall mean that section of the Kosovo Consolidated Budget that encompasses the budget transactions of the Administrative Departments and associated agencies;

 

(g)    "Kosovo Municipal Budgets Section" shall mean that section of the Kosovo Consolidated Budget that encompasses the budget transactions of the established Kosovo municipal administrations; and

 

(h)   "Kosovo Public Enterprises Statements of Expenditure and Revenue" shall mean that section of the Kosovo Consolidated Budget that encompasses the expenditures and revenues of the specified Kosovo public enterprises or enterprise groups.

 

 

Section 2

General Expenditures Authorized

 

Expenditures are authorized for the period 1 January to 31 December 2001 from the Kosovo General Budget Section for the General Government purposes indicated and the amounts shown in Schedule 1 attached to the present regulation.

 

 

Section 3

Municipal Expenditures Authorized

 

Expenditures are authorized for the period 1 January to 31 December 2001 from the Kosovo Municipal Budgets Section for the purposes indicated and the amounts shown in Schedule 2 attached to the present regulation.

 

 

Section 4

Public Enterprises Expenditures and Revenues

Estimated expenditures and revenues for the period 1 January to 31 December 2001 from the Kosovo Public Enterprises Statements of Expenditure and Revenue for the purposes indicated are shown in Schedule 3 attached to the present regulation. The estimated expenditures in Schedule 3 are authorized only to the extent of revenues realized by each enterprise, including revenues in the form of a subsidy contained in Schedule 1.

 

 

Section 5

Re-Appropriation of Unexpended Commitments and Balances

 

5.1       Following the closure of the Financial Year 2000, the Co-Head of the Central Fiscal Authority shall submit a schedule of unexpended commitments incurred in 2000 and properly recorded in the Central Fiscal Authority Accounting Record to the Special Representative of the Secretary-General and recommend approval of the categories and amounts of such unexpended commitments.  Upon approval of the Special Representative of the Secretary-General, expenditures for such commitments shall be deemed authorized for the period 1 January to 31 December 2001 from the Kosovo Consolidated Fund for General Government purposes.

 

5.2       Expenditures from unexpended balances of designated donor grants, which grants were actually received in 1999 and 2000, are authorized for the period 1 January to 31 December 2001.  If the specified purpose is not already contained in the Schedules to the present regulation, an amount equivalent to the unexpended balance of the designated donor grant shall be deemed to be appropriated and a budget line created to permit expenditure to take place.

 

 

Section 6

Limits on Expenditures

 

6.1       Pursuant to section 4.4 of UNMIK Regulation No. 1999/16, no expenditures from, or commitments against, the Kosovo Consolidated Fund may be made except as authorized in the present regulation.  Notwithstanding this restriction, unanticipated donor grants deposited in the Kosovo Consolidated Fund for specified purposes may be allocated and spent for those purposes.  If the specified purpose is not already contained in the Schedules to the present regulation, an amount equivalent to the deposited donor grant shall be deemed to be appropriated and a budget line created to permit expenditure to take place.

 

6.2       Revenue from co-payments and fees collected by the Administrative Department of Health and Social Welfare in 2001, up to the amount of DM 12,000,000, shall be appropriated as the revenue is received.  For such revenue collected in excess of DM 12,000,000, the Co-Head of the Central Fiscal Authority and the Co-Heads of the Administrative Department of Health and Social Welfare shall recommend to the Special Representative of the Secretary-General how such revenue shall be appropriated.

 

6.3       Administrative Departments and municipalities shall ensure that expenditures on Salaries and Wages do not exceed the amounts shown in Schedules 1 and 2 and that the number of staff at the end of 2001 does not exceed the numbers specified in Schedules 1 and 2.  Any subsequent proposal to increase expenditures on Salaries and Wages or the number of staff may only be approved by the Special Representative of the Secretary-General, taking into account the views of the Co-Head of the Central Fiscal Authority and the Co-Heads of the Administrative Departments of Public Services, and where municipalities are concerned, Local Administration.

 

 

Section 7

Contingent Expenditures

 

7.1       The amounts authorized for contingent expenditures may be used only for urgent and unforeseen requirements. The Co-Head of the Central Fiscal Authority may authorize, on receipt of proper justification, the expenditure of up to DM 100,000 for each urgent and unforeseen requirement.  Proposals for amounts to be spent in excess of DM 100,000 shall be forwarded, together with the recommendation of the Co-Head of the Central Fiscal Authority, to the Special Representative of the Secretary-General for authorization.

 

7.2       Municipalities shall submit their proposals for contingent expenditures to the Co-Heads of the Administrative Department of Local Administration for review.  The Co-Heads of the Administrative Department of Local Administration shall recommend to the Co-Head of the Central Fiscal Authority whether to accept the proposal or to consider other options including transfers authorized under sections 8.1 and 9 below. 

 

 

Section 8

Adjustment to Amounts Authorized

 

8.1       The Co-Head of the Central Fiscal Authority may transfer authorized amounts between appropriations for Expenditure Categories for any individual budget line in Schedule 1 and 2, provided that the reallocation does not exceed, in total, twenty five percent (25%) of the category being reduced.  Transfers in excess of this limit, including transfers between budget lines in Schedule 1, may be made upon written approval of the Special Representative of the Secretary-General, taking into account the views of the Co-Head of the Central Fiscal Authority. Appropriations for Reserves may be transferred in part or in whole to any other category within the same function with the approval of the Co-Head of the Central Fiscal Authority.

 

8.2       The Co-Head of the Central Fiscal Authority may transfer the amounts authorized pursuant to section 7.1 above between budget lines in Schedules 1 and 2.

 

 

Section 9

Adjustment to Municipal Budget Amounts

 

Upon request of the Deputy Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Civil Administration, the Co-Head of the Central Fiscal Authority shall transfer amounts allocated to one municipality to another, provided that the total appropriation for the Kosovo Municipal Budgets does not change.  To the extent that the actual collections of any municipalities own source revenues exceeds the amount shown in Schedule 2, fifty percent (50%) of that amount shall be deemed appropriated and, upon request of a municipality, whose request has been approved by the Co-Heads of the Administrative Department of Local Administration, the Co-Head of the Central Fiscal Authority shall allocate such amount for expenditure.  The remaining fifty percent (50%) shall be deposited into the Kosovo Consolidated Fund and may be appropriated for purposes other than municipal services, upon approval of the Special Representative of the Secretary-General.

 

 

Section 10

Expenditures Limited to Revenues

 

The Co-Head of the Central Fiscal Authority, in allocating funds for expenditure, shall only allocate funds to the extent revenue or other financing sources are available in the Kosovo Consolidated Fund to make the expenditure.

 

 

Section 11

Entry into Force

 

The present regulation shall enter into force on 29 December 2000.

 

 

 

Bernard Kouchner

Special Representative of the Secretary-General

 


 

Schedule 1

KOSOVO CONSOLIDATED BUDGET SECTION

1 January – 31 December 2001

(DEUTSCHE MARKS)

Org. Code

Func. / Sub Func. Code

 Department

 F2

Sub-function

Employees

Expenditures on Goods and Services

Subsidies and Transfers

Capital Outlays

Reserve

Total

 

 

 

 

End of Year 2001

Average 2001

Wages & Salaries

Goods & Services

 

 

 

 

10100

0101

 IAC - KTC Secretariat

 01

 Executive, Legislative, Fiscal and External Affairs

10

10

46,800

265,100

 

 

 

311,900

10200

0101

 Joint Advisory Council on Legislative Matters

 01

 Executive, Legislative, Fiscal and External Affairs

17

17

142,560

25,000

 

 

 

167,560

20100

0101

 Central Fiscal Authority

 01

 Executive, Legislative, Fiscal and External Affairs

576

558

3,061,493

3,645,907

 

792,600

 

7,500,000

20101

0101

 

 

 Central Administration

126

108

400,019

1,957,607

 

485,000

 

2,842,626

20104

0101

 

 

 Tax Administration

240

240

905,320

1,519,600

 

257,600

 

2,682,520

20105

0101

 

 

 Customs

210

210

1,756,154

168,700

 

50,000

 

1,974,854

20201

1302

 Department for Reconstruction 

 02

 Multipurpose Development Project Affairs and Services

30

30

119,880

93,060

 

 

 

212,940

20300

1301

 Department of Trade and Industry

 01

 Private Sector Development Affairs

44

33

101,376

234,600

 

40,000

 

375,976

20400

0400

 Department of Education and Science

 

 

27,087

27,087

90,565,000

22,445,000

 

4,990,000

 

118,000,000

20401

0401

 

 01

 Pre-Primary Affairs

678

678

1,928,232

1,075,000

 

166,667

 

3,169,899

20402

0402

 

 02

 Primary Affairs

18,515

18,515

60,432,960

10,270,000

 

3,000,000

 

73,702,960

20403

0403

 

 03

 Secondary Affairs

5,249

5,249

18,518,472

4,828,000

 

630,000

 

23,976,472

20404

0404

 

 04

 Boarding Facilities & Dormitory Affairs

95

95

247,380

230,000

 

20,000

 

497,380

20405

0405

 

 05

 Special Needs Education Affairs

142

142

444,744

197,000

 

275,000

 

916,744

20406

0406

 

 06

 University Affairs

2,006

2,006

7,703,040

4,805,000

 

 

 

12,508,040

20407

0407

 

 07

 National University Library Services

79

79

277,764

110,000

 

85,000

 

472,764

20408

0408

 

 08

 Educational Administration Affairs

187

187

619,680

482,000

 

330,000

 

1,431,680

20409

0409

 

 09

 Pre- School Affairs

136

136

392,728

448,000

 

483,333

 

1,324,061

20500

0800

 Department of Culture

 

 

564

564

1,865,115

216,400

300,000

9,500

 

2,391,015

20501

0801

 

 02

 Central Administration

9

9

32,400

117,400

 

9,500

 

159,300

20502

0802

 

 03

 Municipal Culture Activities

339

339

1,119,436

 

300,000

 

 

1,419,436

20503

0803

 

 04

 Kosovo Cultural Institutions

216

216

713,279

99,000

 

 

 

812,279

20600

0805

 Department of Sports

 01

 

45

45

152,881

104,700

1,541,480

 

 

1,799,061

2070

 

 Department of Public Services

 

 

1,200

1,200

4,200,156

13,500,000

 

1,500,000

 

19,200,156

20701

0109

 

 04

 Central Administration

23

23

84,576

101,328

 

 

 

185,904

20702

1201

 

 05

 Vehicle Registration and Driver License

245

245

993,780

2,719,421

 

 

 

3,713,201

20703

0705

 

 

 Housing and Property 

191

191

525,600

500,000

 

 

 

1,025,600

20704

0104

 

 07

 General Services

575

575

2,014,800

4,254,662

 

1,500,000

 

7,769,462

20705

0104

 

 

 Policy and Legal Support

52

52

191,520

620,250

 

 

 

811,770

20706

0105

 

 08

 Victim Recovery/Identification

 

 

 

215,000

 

 

 

215,000

20709

0109

 

 

 Travel Documents

114

114

389,880

5,089,339

 

 

 

 

20800

 

 Department of Justice

 

 

7,082

7,044

25,779,219

16,752,064

 

1,673,851

2,899,000

47,104,134

20801

0302

 

 02

 Police Affairs

4,475

4,475

15,745,860

7,923,524

 

1,325,000

2,899,0001

27,893,384

20802

0303

 

 03

 Prison Service Affairs

878

840

2,925,248

3,226,400

 

 

 

6,151,648

20803

0305

 

 05

 Court Affairs

1,726

1,726

7,095,151

5,521,740

 

337,500

 

12,954,391

20805

0307

 

 07

 Judicial Advisory Commission Affairs

3

3

12,960

80,400

 

11,351

 

104,711

20900

1200

 Department of Transport and Infrastructure

 01

 

88

88

351,648

7,936,475

13,180,000

 

 

21,468,123

20901

1201

 

 

 Transport and Roads & Bridges Affairs and Services

66

66

272,448

7,774,675

11,930,000

 

 

19,977,123

20903

1203

 

 

 Railways

 

 

 

 

1,250,000

 

 

1,250,000

20906

1208

 

 

 Central Administration

22

22

79,200

161,800

 

 

 

241,000

2100

1207

 Department of Post and Telecommunication

 

 Post and Telecommunication Affairs

21

21

87,660

156,700

 

38,500

 

282,860

21100

 

 Department of Utilities

 

 

30

17

73,440

88,218

24,795,363

69,180

 

25,026,201

21101

0901

 

 01

 Electricity and Other Energy Affairs

 

 

 

 

12,613,600

 

 

12,613,600

21102

0703

 

 

 Waste and Water 

 

 

 

 

5,744,747

 

 

5,744,747

21104

0702

 

 02

 District Heating

 

 

 

 

6,437,016

 

 

6,437,016

21105

0902

 

 03

 Central Administration

30

17

73,440

88,218

 

69,180

 

230,838

21200

 

 Department of Health and Social Security

 

 

11,332

11,302

34,428,626

50,652,110

81,000,000

5,134,385

5,770,419

176,985,540

21201

0501

 

 01

 Hospital Affairs and Services

4,945

4,945

14,284,080

23,980,111

 

2,057,500

2,856,8162

43,178,507

21202

0601

 

 

 Social Security Administration Affairs

750

720

2,431,010

1,291,640

81,000,000

262,890

 

84,985,540

21203

0502

 

 02

 Primary Health Care Affairs and Services

5,300

5,300

16,726,800

21,635,839

 

2,319,995

2,913,6032

43,596,237

21204

0503

 

 03

 Other Health Care Affairs and Services

337

337

986,736

3,744,520

 

494,000

 

5,225,256

21300

0602

 Department of Labor and Employment

 02

 Labor Affairs

185

185

626,892

405,167

 

386,180

500,0003

1,918,239

21400

1001

 Department of Agriculture

 01

 Agriculture Affairs and Services

422

422

1,433,853

553,199

 

422,975

136,3334

2,546,360

21500

1002

 Department of Environment

 02

 Environmental Affairs

34

34

133,500

208,500

 

54,000

 

396,000

21600

 

 Department of Civil Security and Emergency

 Preparation 

 

 

3,790

5,040

17,757,725

9,196,354

 

2,489,984

 

29,444,063

21601

0201

 

 01

 Kosovo Protection Corps

3,152

4,402

15,481,133

7,045,854

 

1,031,984

 

23,558,971

21602

0301

 

 

 Fire and Rescue Services

570

570

2,038,320

1,394,600

 

750,000

 

4,182,920

21603

0201

 

 

 Executive Core

68

68

238,272

485,900

 

658,000

 

1,382,172

21604

0201

 

 

 Mine Clearance

 

 

 

270,000

 

50,000

 

320,000

21700

0706

 Department of  Democratic and Civil Society

 06

 Civil Society Affairs

17

16

71,640

106,000

 

42,000

 

219,640

21800

0101

 Department of Local Administration

 01

 

Executive, Legislative, Fiscal and External Affairs

18

18

82,080

19,500

 

8,000

 

109,580

21900

0101

 Department of Non-resident Affairs

 01

Executive, Legislative, Fiscal and External Affairs

15

15

73,800

239,600

 

51,825

 

365,225

22000

0805

 Department of Youth

 01

 Sports and Youth Services

47

47

158,725

87,365

220,000

3,200

 

469,290

30101

0102

 Banking and Payment Authority

 02

 Banking Affairs

 

 

 

 

2,920,000

 

 

2,920,000

30300

 

 Statistical Services

 

 

121

121

425,541

789,359

 

479,950

 

1,694,850

30301

0104

 

 

 Statistic Office

103

103

345,981

495,334

 

339,950

 

1,181,265

30302

0109

 

 

 Business Registration

18

18

79,560

294,025

 

140,000

 

513,585

 

1401

 

 01

 Municipalities

 

 

 

 

27,595,000

 

 

27,595,000

20199

1402

 

 02

 Contingent Expenditures

 

 

 

 

 

 

11,500,000

11,500,000

 

 

 Total General Budget

 

 

52,775

53,914

181,739,610

127,720,378

151,551,843

18,186,130

20,805,752

500,003,713

 1/  Reserves only for payment of shift allowances on Hospitals and Primary Health.

 2/  Compensation package to be developed to reflect the nature of the police job and creation of a forensic institute within the police.

 3/  Reserve to provide special labor market activities and policy development.

 4/  Reserve money only for additional recruitment of minority staff.

 


 

Schedule 2

 Kosovo Municipal Budgets Section
1 January to 31 December 2001

 

Maximum Number of Employees at end of 2001 (1)

Expenditures ( Deutsche Marks)

     Source of Financing (DM)

 

Salaries and Wages
(1)

Other Goods
and Services

LCOs

 (1)

Total

 Government
Grant

 Own Source
Revenues 

 

Pristina Region

1449

5,042,520

3,745,480

315,000

9,103,000

7,304,000

1,798,000

Gllogoc/Glogovac

150

         522,000

          369,000

 

891,000

             718,000

            173,000

Fushė Kosovė/Kosovo Polje

92

         320,160

          223,840

       30,000

574,000

             473,000

            101,000

Lipjan/Lipljan

179

         622,920

          452,080

     115,000

1,190,000

             975,000

            215,000

ObiliqObilic

82

         285,360

          174,640

       30,000

490,000

             415,000

              75,000

Podujev/Podujevo

246

         856,080

          601,920

 

1,458,000

          1,170,000

            288,000

Prishtina/Pristina

622

      2,164,560

       1,739,440

     140,000

4,044,000

          3,179,000

            865,000

Shtime/Stimlje

78

         271,440

          183,560

 

455,000

             374,000

              81,000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  -  

Prizren Rregion

963

      3,351,240

       2,507,760

     140,000

5,999,000

          4,798,000

         1,202,000

Dragash/Gora

103

         358,440

          243,560

       25,000

627,000

             517,000

            110,000

Prizren/Prizren

362

      1,259,760

       1,102,240

       85,000

2,447,000

          1,899,000

            548,000

Rahovec/Orahovac

157

         546,360

          378,640

       30,000

955,000

             777,000

            178,000

Suharekė/Suva Reka

199

         692,520

          458,480

 

1,151,000

             935,000

            216,000

Malishevė/Malisevo

142

         494,160

          325,840

 

820,000

             670,000

            150,000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Peja Region

883

      3,072,840

       2,183,160

     132,000

5,388,000

          4,334,000

         1,054,000

Decan/Decani

112

         389,760

          281,240

       12,000

683,000

             553,000

            130,000

Gjakovė/Dakovica

252

         876,960

          681,040

       35,000

1,593,000

          1,262,000

            331,000

Istog/Istok

127

         441,960

          294,040

       25,000

761,000

             626,000

            135,000

Klinė/Klina

131

         455,880

          277,120

       25,000

758,000

             631,000

            127,000

Pejė/Pec

261

         908,280

          649,720

       35,000

1,593,000

          1,262,000

            331,000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mitrovica Region

712

      2,477,760

       1,799,240

     518,000

4,795,000

          3,960,000

            836,000

Leposaviq/Leposavic

60

         208,800

          132,200

       21,000

362,000

             307,000

              55,000

Mitrovicė/Kosovska Mitovica

232

         807,360

          624,640

     390,000

1,822,000

          1,519,000

            303,000

Skenderaj/Srbica

134

         466,320

          343,680

       21,000

831,000

             670,000

            161,000

Vushtrri/Vucitrn

180

         626,400

          475,600

       55,000

1,157,000

             929,000

            228,000

Zubin Potok/Zubin Potok

52

         180,960

          109,040

       12,000

302,000

             259,000

              43,000

Zveqan/Zvecan

54

         187,920

          115,080

       19,000

322,000

             276,000

              46,000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Gnjilane Region

929

      3,232,920

       2,368,080

     445,000

6,046,000

          4,938,000

         1,110,000

Gjilan/Gnjilane

242

         842,160

          652,840

       75,000

1,570,000

          1,253,000

            317,000

Kacanik/Kacanik

102

         354,960

          252,040

 

607,000

             492,000

            115,000

Kamenicė/Kosovska Kamenica

122

         424,560

          309,440

     185,000

919,000

             775,000

            144,000

Novo Bėrdė/Novo Bdo

37

         128,760

            54,240

       45,000

228,000

             214,000

              14,000

Shtėrpcė/Strpce

46

         160,080

            92,920

       60,000

313,000

             278,000

              35,000

Ferizaj/Urosevac

248

         863,040

          669,960

       20,000

1,553,000

          1,227,000

            326,000

Viti/Vitina

132

         459,360

          338,640

       60,000

858,000

             699,000

            159,000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Unallocated

 

      1,342,666

          671,334

     250,000

    2,264,000

          2,261,000

-  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total Municipalities

4,936

    18,519,946

     13,275,054

  1,800,000

  33,595,000

        27,595,000

         6,000,000

 

Note:(1) Total number of employees and provision for Salaries and Wages do not include the employees of  the new Municipal Assemblies or of the Local Community Organisation specifically provided for in the Schedule.

 


 

Schedule 3

Kosovo Public Enterprises Statements of Expenditure and Revenue
1 January to 31 December 2001
(Estimates - Deutsche Marks)

 

 

 

 

Expenses

Revenue

 

 

 

 

 

 

Staff:

Av. for year

Wages &

Salaries

Goods &

Services

Total

User Charges

& other income

Budget

Subsidies

Total

Revenue

 minus

Expenses

Capital

 Investments

Surplus

 (deficit)

Post and Telecommunications

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Post and Telecommunications Kosovo (PTK)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fixed Network (a)

600

3,600,000

18,800,000

22,400,000

54,307,000

0

54,307,000

31,907,000

29,400,000

2,507,000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mobile Network

50

600,000

600,000

1,200,000

44,036,000

0

44,036,000

42,836,000

38,200,000

4,636,000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Postal services

900

3,240,000

2,100,000

5,340,000

3,700,000

0

3,700,000

-1,640,000

2,200,000

-3,840,000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total PTK

1,550

7,440,000

21,500,000

28,940,000

102,043,000

0

102,043,000

73,103,000

69,800,000

3,303,000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Public Utilities

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Power Company of Kosovo (KEK)

8,500

34,170,000

32,807,236

66,977,236

54,363,636

12,613,600

66,977,236

0

0

0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

District Heating Enterprises

173

519,000

10,209,360

10,728,360

4,291,344

6,437,016

10,728,360

0

0

0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Water and Waste Enterprises

3,100

9,300,000

15,452,746

24,752,746

19,008,000

5,744,746

24,752,746

0

0

0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Transport and Infrastructure

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pristina Airport

134

1,342,000

3,925,600

5,267,600

9,150,000

 

9,150,000

3,882,400

3,607,000

275,400

 

 

Airside

55.5

622,000

1,235,600

1,857,600

2,700,000

 

2,700,000

842,400

786,000

56,400

 

 

 

52

298,000

744,000

1,042,000

2,361,000

 

2,361,000

1,319,000

1,050,000

269,000

 

 

Landside

78.5

720,000

2,690,000

3,410,000

6,450,000

 

6,450,000

3,040,000

3,040,000

0

 

 

 

56

452,000

1,244,000

1,696,000

9,807,000

 

9,807,000

8,111,000

8,111,000

0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kosovo Railway

475

1,656,000

2,915,000

4,571,000

3,500,000

1,250,000

4,750,000

179,000

0

179,000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bank and Payments Authority (BPK)

365

1,811,304

5,508,696

7,320,000

4,400,000

2,920,000

7,320,000

0

0

0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TOTAL 2001

14,297

56,238,304

92,318,638

148,556,942

196,755,980

28,965,362

225,721,342

77,164,400

73,407,000

3,757,400

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Notes:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(a) PTK Corporate and other costs included in fixed network data. (Corporate costs 2000, DM 300,000, 2001, DM 500,000).

(b) Railways revenue includes purchase by UNMIK of passenger services for minorities (Dm 520,000 in 2000, DM 624,000 in 20001). Budget subsidy is a repayable loan from the Kosovo Budget (DM 1.24 in 2000, DM 0.626m in 2001).

(c) BPK expenses do not include DM 5 m capital reserve.

Revenues: Includes all operating and non-operating revenues, less own account fixed capital formation, change in inventories, change in accounts receivable.

Expenses: Operating and non-operating expenses, including direct taxes paid, less consumption of fixed capital, consumption of intangible assets, change in inventories, change in prepaid expenses.

Net acquisition of capital assets: acquisition less sales of capital assets. Capital Investments funded from retained revenue or committed donor funds. Capital projects for which no donor has been identified are shown in the PRIP.