According to ALLCITYCODES.COM, Kosovo is a small country located in southeastern Europe. It has an area code of 381 with the prefix 038. Kosovo is bordered by Montenegro, Albania, North Macedonia, and Serbia. The area code of 381 was established for Kosovo after it declared independence from Serbia in 2008. The main purpose of the area code was to provide a way for people from other countries to call into Kosovo. The area code of 381 has been used by many businesses and organizations in Kosovo since its introduction in 2008. This has helped businesses to reach out to customers and partners beyond the country’s borders, as well as making it easier for customers to call into businesses within the country. Additionally, with the introduction of the area code 381, international calls made from Kosovo have become significantly cheaper due to reduced tariffs set by local telecom companies. This has allowed more people in Kosovo to stay connected with their friends and family abroad at an affordable cost. The area code 381 has also been used as a symbol of unity among Kosovars living both inside and outside their home country. It serves as an important reminder that despite being separated geographically, Kosovars are still united by their shared history and culture. Furthermore, having an independent area code also allows Kosovars living abroad to feel more connected with their homeland by being able to make direct calls into Kosovo without having to use expensive international calling services or complicated dialing codes from foreign countries. Kosovo is a parliamentary republic with a multi-party system. The unicameral Assembly of Kosovo has 120 members elected by proportional representation. The President of Kosovo is the head of state and is elected indirectly in the Assembly. Currently, Hashim Thaci serves as president. The Prime Minister is the head of government, appointed by the president and approved by the Assembly. Avdullah Hoti is currently serving as prime minister. The Prime Minister proposes a cabinet, which must be approved by the Assembly to become official. Kosovo’s judicial system consists of two Supreme Court systems, one for civil and one for criminal cases, as well as other courts and basic courts. Kosovo also has a Constitutional Court which is responsible for interpreting the Constitution and deciding on constitutional issues. PETSINCLUDE: Features public policy of Kosovo.