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Discover the Beautiful Balkans

Discover the beautiful countries of the Balkans on this wonderful small group adventure which takes you from peak to valley through Kosovo, Albania, and Macedonia. Be inspired by lakes, monasteries, Byzantine churches, buzzing cities and picturesque national parks on this 15 day adventure through the beautiful landscape of the Balkans.


  • Stay at a guesthouse in the Valbona Valley and get a feel for what daily life is like
  • Explore northern Albania by boat as you cruise around Lake Koman
  • Visit the secret staircase of Kalaja Fortress
  • See a stunning hilltop view of Prizren, Kosovo’s more picturesque town
  • Sail Lake Ohrid, Europe’s oldest lake
  • Discover a revitalized Tirana, Albania’s capital and enjoy the nightlife
  • Visit the Field of Blackbirds and learn about the Battle of Kosovo
  • Taste qebaptore (barbeque), jathë i Sharrit (Shar cheese) and tullumba (syrup soaked filo pastry) in Prizren
  • Explore Europe’s newest capital city, Pristina

Tirana, Albania is your kick off point where you’ll have the chance to visit the many mosques and citadels, and take in the Ottoman architecture.  The city is working hard to eliminate the look and feel of the Soviet bloc which dominated Tirana for so long. Before you leave you’ll visit the Skanderbeg Monument, the National History Museum, as well as the Palace of Culture. But it’s the Et’hem Bey Mosque that is the can’t miss destination in Tirana. Closed during the time of communism and re-opened in the 1990’s, the frescoes here are unique for Islamic art.

Head next to the Valbona Valley by way of a ferry system that connects a series of reservoirs between Koman and Fierza. The mountain cliffs that surround the lakes can reach up to 1700 metres and are almost entirely uninhabited. Without a doubt, you’ll feel like you’re drifting back in time as you drift across the water.

In Kosovo you’ll find a fresh tourism scene emerging.  Everything from film festivals in Peja, trendy café’s in Pristina, and unbelievable hiking in the Rugova Mountains. You’ll visit the 14th century Dečani Monastery, the Peja Bazaar, and the Bajrakli Mosque. Before leaving you’ll also spend time in Drelaj, deep in the Rugova Valley national park. The vistas are awe-inspiring and the country life is charming.

In the capital city of Prizren, you’ll see the famous mosques alongside the abandoned Serbian Orthodox churches.  It’s a stark reminder of the divisiveness that once ruled here. Spend time in the bazaar or in Shadervan square, and enjoy the sunset with a glass of raki.

It’s a quick trip to Pristina to take in the tomb of Sultan Murat, the Ethnographic Museum, and the Newborn Monument.  Everywhere you look there is evidence of the progress toward independence – most on display in Brotherhood and Unity Square.

Macedonia is often overlooked because of its landlocked status, but it has everything you’ve come to expect of Europe – gorgeous vistas, time-weathered monasteries, mountains, and lush valleys. In Skopje, the cultural and political capital of the country, you’ll see the Turkish baths, Byzantine domes, and evidence of 500 years of Ottoman rule everywhere you turn.

The adventure wraps up with a visit to Lake Ohrid. Designated as a world heritage site, the town is magical and primordial. You’ll cruise the turquoise waters and take in the atmosphere of this low-key yet stunning region.

If you’re curious about the Balkans and ready to have to perceptions pleasantly challenged, this is the perfect adventure for you.  Enquire today to learn more.



Day 1: Tirana

Mire se vini – welcome to Tirana, Albania. If you think you know Albania, think again. This addictive country has myriad faces. In the rugged north the Alps are so fierce they’re deemed ‘accursed’, while the south enjoys one of Europe’s least known and most beautiful coastlines. Your adventure begins with a welcome meeting at 6pm – check with reception to confirm the time and place. If you’re going to be late, please inform the hotel reception. We’ll be collecting your insurance details and next of kin information at this meeting, so please have these on hand. If you can’t arrange a flight that will arrive in time for the meeting, you may wish to arrive a day early so you’re able to attend. We’ll be happy to book additional accommodation for you (subject to availability). If you arrive early, perhaps get your bearings of the city with a walk around town. Tirana is filled with activity, from its traffic to its nightlife, but on its doorstep are mosques, citadels, Ottoman architecture and museums. This is a truly progressive city that’s working hard to alleviate the Soviet block feeling that pervaded it for so long. In the evening, perhaps head out for dinner with your new travel companions.
Accommodation: Hotel (1 night)

Optional Activities:

  • Skanderbeg Museum in Kruja – ALL200
  • Sky Tower – ALL400
  • Dajti Mountain Cable Car – ALL800
  • National History Museum – ALL700
  • National Art Gallery – ALL200
  • Bunk’Art – ALL300

Meals Included: There are no meals included on this day.

Day 2: Shkodër

This morning head out on an orientation walk of central Tirana. It’s the capital of Albania and its biggest city, but it’s still small and compact, with architectural influences from Italy and Turkey. Visit the Skanderbeg Monument, the mosaic on the National History Museum and the Palace of Culture, which are all located on Skanderbeg Square (Skanderbeg is the national hero of Albania). The main sight in Tirana is the Et’hem Bey Mosque, which sits right on the city’s main square. Closed under communist rule, the mosque resumed as a place of worship in 1991 and is seen as a monument to religious freedom in the country. Take a look at the frescoes outside and in the portico that depict trees, waterfalls and bridges – motifs rarely seen in Islamic art. Remember to take your shoes off before entering the inner room.

After lunch, take a local bus to Shkoder, one of the oldest cities in Europe and now the main commercial centre and largest town of northern Albania (approximately 2 hours). Upon arrival head out on a short orientation walk along the Pjaca, which is the main pedestrianized street, lined with 19th-century architecture and dominated by Ebu Beker Mosque. Later in the afternoon, why not head north of the city to visit the Venetian era Rozafa Castle, set high on a mountain with panoramic views of a lake and the Albanian countryside, before heading back to your hotel in the evening for dinner.
Accommodation: Hotel (1 night)

Optional Activities: Rozafa Castle Shkoder – ALL200

Meals Included: Breakfast

Day 3: Valbona Valley

Take an early morning transfer to Lake Koman (approximately 1.5 hours), where you’ll board the ferry for the daily run through a series of connected reservoirs between Koman and Fierza, in the remote north eastern corner of the country (approximately 3 hours). The series of lakes were created when a hydroelectric dam was built at Koman in the 1970s. Locals use the boats here when returning from shopping trips or school in the cities, with the boat drifting to the sides to drop off or pick up passengers waiting on the banks, waving for attention. Along the way, you’ll have the opportunity to take in the scenery of sheer cliff walls on both sides of the narrow lake. The mountains that surround the lake and can reach over 1,700 metres in height are almost uninhabited, except for the occasional settlement. You’ll navigate past seemingly impenetrable passes and come across tiny hamlets, with the few families who live on the hillsides relying on the daily supply boat for sustenance. This is simply one of the most beautiful boat rides you will ever take – emerald water merging with the green vegetation dotting the bright white cliffs, and the feeling of slowly drifting back in time. Upon arrival to Fierza you’ll be transferred to your guesthouse in Valbona Valley, where a delicious home cooked meal awaits you.
Accommodation: Guesthouse (1 night)

Meals Included: Breakfast, Dinner

Day 4: Valbona Valley

Take an excursion deeper into the remote Valbona Valley. This is a landscape that you might more closely associate with Switzerland – green meadows of traditional houses, farmland, and alpine tress, surrounded by imposing snow dusted mountain peaks. Due to the remoteness of the region and the lack of tourist infrastructure, today’s activities will come as a surprise to all of us, including the leader! You may go for a hike in the surrounding mountains, walking through wide valleys, ascending to mountain passes and trekking though thick forest, or you might simply hang out in the village with the locals. One of the best things about Albania is the people, their warmth to strangers is infectious and you’re bound to find yourself having a chat and swapping stories over a glass of raki or two. This is a great place to discover the history of Albania from the people who have lived through it, and to learn about the local way of life. Perhaps discover more about the stories of blood feuds, said to be carried out in the name of the Kanun code, the customs that governed all aspects of life in the mountains.
Accommodation: Guesthouse (1 night)

Included Activities: Valbona Valley Village Tour

Meals Included: Breakfast, Dinner

Day 5: Peja

Tiny Kosovo is Europe’s newest (official) country: a handful of landlocked mountains, poppy-dotted meadows and oak forests smack bang in the middle of the Balkans. The shadow of conflict in the late 90s has kept Kosovo off traveller’s radars, but go there today and you can feel that shadow lifting. NATO troops may still guard Serbian monasteries, and proper independence is an on-going struggle, but the headlines now are increasingly good ones: an emerging tourist trade, film festivals in Peja, Pristina’s trendy cafe scene, and world-class walking in the Rugova Mountains. Yep, Europe’s youngest member is definitely making up for lost time.

Today you’ll cross the border into Kosovo by private vehicle (approximately 2 hours). The first stop in this newly independent country will be the Dečani Monastery, built in 1327, and known as the final resting place of Serbian King Stefan Uroš III Dečanski. Time stands still here, a place of stunning art heritage, but whose symbolic significance as a Serbian Orthodox cultural monument unfortunately makes it vulnerable to destruction. Continue on to Peja (Pec in Serbian), the gateway to the Rugova Mountains and a major agricultural centre (approximately 30 minutes). Visit the beautifully restored Peja Bazaar, dating back to Ottoman times, and Bajrakli Mosque. Having been destroyed twice in the last 80 years, the bazaar has been fully rebuilt after the Kosovo War, according to historical Ottoman architecture, and is one of the many protected monuments in Kosovo.
Accommodation: Hotel (1 night)

Included Activities: Dečani Monastery – UNESCO World Heritage Site

Meals Included: Breakfast

Day 6: Peja

After breakfast, you’ll be transferred to the village of Drelaj, which is deep in the Rugova Valley and close to the Montenegrin border (approximately 30 minutes). The Rugova Mountains are nicknamed ‘the cursed mountains’ and were declared a national park in 2013. Drelaj will be your base to explore the surrounding area on a three-to-four-hour guided hike. The Rugova Valley is often compared to Switzerland in its landscape, and here at the foot of Hjala mountain, be surrounded by tall grass pastures dotted with wildflowers, the sound of cow bells drifting through the valley, and simple wooden shacks and stone houses with smoke drifting up to the granite cliffs above. Afterwards, you’ll be able to rest your weary bones with a delicious refuelling lunch at a local family home. Head back to the hotel in the early evening, with your night then free – perhaps try the local Birra Peja, brewed here in town.
Accommodation: Hotel (1 night)

Included Activities: Hike in Rugova Valley including Lunch

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch

Day 7: Prizren

Journey to the south of the country on a local bus today to Kosovo’s second biggest, and arguably its most beautiful, city – Prizren (approximately 1.5 hours). Located at the foot of the Sar Mountains, this city was first inhabited by the Romans in second century AD, while the Ottomans and the Byzantines also left their mark in the architecture of the cityscape. Luckily it was also spared destruction during the 1999 conflict. On arrival, head out an orientation walk of Prizren, walking alongside the Bistrica river, taking in the cobbled Shadervan square and the Old Stone Bridge, all of which will help you get your bearings of the city and prepare you for a full day of exploration tomorrow. Explore the city’s famous mosques and contrast it with abandoned Serbian Orthodox churches that stand as sombre reminders of the ethnic divisions that still simmer just under the surface. Wander the bazaar or admire some of the traditional jewellery in the many filigree shops, and do some people watching in a restaurant in Shadervan square, before another memorable Balkan sunset and a required glass or raki.
Accommodation: Hotel (1 night)

Included Activities: Kalaja Fortress Visit Prizren

Meals Included: Breakfast

Day 8: Prizren

Today is free to explore the city’s sights, after venturing out on an included visit to Prizren’s sixth century Kalaja Fortress. This sixth century fortress sits proudly on a hilltop above the town and has a 43-step staircase hidden in a tunnel that connects to the river, giving you a great sense of discovery and view over the city. Make sure you visit the House of the Albanian League of Prizren, where in 1878 the Assembly of Prizren gathered to consolidate Albanian leaders to unite and protect the country against foreign threats. If you feel energetic, you may want to consider walking upstream along the Bistrica River, where you might meet locals tending to their flocks of sheep among mountainous scenery. There’s plenty to see and do in this exciting city. For many Prizren is the gastronomic heart of Kosovo, and it’s a great place to browse confectionaries, try qebaptore (barbeque) restaurants, and snack on jathë i Sharrit (Shar cheese) and tullumba (syrup soaked filo pastry). If you’re feeling adventurous then maybe try the food in the Old Bazaar and eat the local delicacy of deep fried lamb brains.
Accommodation: Hotel (1 night)

Optional Activities: House of the Albanian League of Prizren – EUR1

Meals Included: Breakfast

Day 9: Pristina

Today take another local bus ride to Pristina (approximately 1.5 hours). The capital of Kosovo is currently reinventing itself as a major commercial centre in the region, and its historical importance makes it an essential stop on any itinerary to Kosovo. When you arrive, head out of the city to Kosovo Polje (Field of Blackbirds), which the country is named after. This flat area outside the capital is the site of the 1389 battle of Kosovo, a skirmish that lead to the Ottoman Empire finally taking control of this area of the Balkans, and a battle that some argue is one of the reasons for the problems that still affect the region. There is a memorial here that commemorates this important historical event. Also nearby is the tomb of Sultan Murat, leader of the Ottoman Empire in the 14th century, who was assassinated just a few hours after the end of the battle.

The afternoon is free to explore the vibrant city of Pristina and all it has to offer. If you have time, perhaps visit the Pristina Ethnographic Museum, the Sultan Fatih Mosque or the Kosovo Museum. Check out the Newborn Monument, which was unveiled on the day Kosovo declared its independence from Serbia (17th February 2008). Nearby, on the boulevard in his name, is a brass statue of Bill Clinton – thanks for the President’s role in ending the war. The main focus of the city is on Brotherhood and Unity Square, where you can meet the locals for an evening stroll and maybe explore the nightlife of Europe’s youngest capital.
Accommodation: Hotel (1 night)

Included Activities: Field of the Battle of Blackbirds & Tomb of Sultan Murat

Optional Activities:

  • Pristina Ethnographic Museum – Free
  • Sultan Fatih Mosque – Free
  • Kosovo Museum – EUR2

Meals Included: Breakfast

Day 10: Skopje

Craggy mountain backdrops, time-weathered monasteries, stunning lake panoramas, hearty national cuisine – Macedonia has only one missing ingredient from the standard Europe recipe. And happily, that happens to be crowds. Landlocked into relative obscurity in a region worshipped for its coast, Macedonia’s tract of the Balkans is often overlooked. Yet for those looking to venture beyond the Adriatic and Aegean, Macedonia’s rugged interior contains rewards aplenty. Excellent hiking can be had in the mountain forests, Lake Ohrid’s waters rival the clarity of Croatia’s, and 500 years of Ottoman rule can be acutely felt in the capital’s bazaars. And to round it all out, the locals will be delighted to have you.

This morning head out early and catch the train from Pristina to Skopje, Macedonia’s capital city. The train ride is very slow but scenic, so delays are easy to deal with (approximately 3.5 hours). Upon arrival in Macedonia’s political and cultural centre, take an orientation walk past Byzantine domes, Turkish baths, and also newly built neo-classical buildings and grand monuments (aimed to bolster national pride). In the afternoon, wander past the mosques, innumerable caravanserais and hamams that fill its winding streets – a testament to Skopje’s Ottoman past. Take a step back to those times with a visit to the Daut Pasha Hamam, or journey through the humbling Holocaust Museum to learn how Macedonia suffered during this tragic chapter of history.
Accommodation: Hotel (1 night)

Optional Activities:

  • Mount Vodno Cable Car to Millennium Cross – MKD100
  • Kale Fortress – Free
  • Holocaust Memorial Centre – Free
  • Daut Pasha Hammam – MKD50
  • City Museum of Skopje – Free
  • Archaeological Museum – MKD300

Meals Included: Breakfast

Day 11: Skopje

Venture out to Matka Canyon, a deep ravine cut into the Suva mountains by the Treska River, 15 kilometres southwest of the city. This area is home to several medieval monasteries, caves, and over 70 species of endemic butterflies. There is the option to explore the canyon’s sights by boat. One of the monasteries worth exploring is St Andrew’s Monastery, which contains many superb frescoes of great artistic importance. There is also Vrelo cavern, a water-filled cave with incredible stalagmites and unchartered depths – it’s speculated to be the deepest underwater cave in the world. Alternatively, you can take one of the many nature walks in the canyon, or up to tracks that hug the ridge high above the valley.

In the early afternoon, take a local bus back to Skopje, with the remaining part of the day free for you to continue exploring this exciting city. Perhaps take the Mount Vodno cable car to the giant 66-metre high Millennium Cross, mainly for the views back down across the city. Get lost in the narrow lanes of Caršija, Skopje’s most atmospheric neighbourhood, or take in the stone bridge over the river Vardar – an iconic sight that acts as a handy connection between Macedonia Square and the Old Bazaar. Perhaps visit the Museum of the City of Skopje, housed in the old Railway Station, which is itself a unique piece of history. For dinner this evening head to the Old Bazaar, or the restaurants in the Debar Maalo area.
Accommodation: Hotel (1 night)

Included Activities: Day Trip to Matka Canyon

Optional Activities: Matka Canyon Boat Ride – MKD400

Meals Included: Breakfast

Day 12: Lake Ohrid

Travel by local bus from Skopje to Ohrid, situated on a lake with the same name (approximately 3 hours). Europe’s oldest lake, and one of the oldest human settlements in the world, Ohrid has a wealth of historic sites and religious monuments to discover. Ohrid is an eternal town, a magical hill whose primordial pulsation links ancient and modern times forever. The town is said to have once been home to 365 churches, one for each day of the year, earning it the nickname “the Macedonian Jerusalem”, while historical excavations date back to Neolithic times. Despite being a World Heritage site for over 30 years, the town remains under the radar of visitors. Get your bearings on an orientation walk around Ohrid, maybe picking up a bargain or two in the vibrant Old Bazaar.
Accommodation: Hotel (1 night)

Meals Included: Breakfast

Day 13: Lake Ohrid

Today embark on a scenic cruise on the turquoise waters of Lake Ohrid – ringed by mountains, attractive villages and beaches – and take in the views of the town and the surrounding scenery while afloat. At 34 kilometres long, 14 kilometres wide, and over 300 meters deep, all shared between Albania and Macedonia, there’s plenty of vast Lake Ohrid to explore. This afternoon is free for you to discover the area. There are many churches and monasteries to visit, but one of the most popular is the Macedonian Orthodox Church of Sveti Jovana Kaneo, situated on a rocky outcrop above the town, overlooking the lake. Past the church you can wander around to the back of town, exploring the old walls and fortress, and admiring the views of the lake. The Sveti Naum Monastery is also a great option, lying on the shores of the lake south of town, with well-kept grounds that are home to peacocks. The ancient Tast Samoil’s Fortress stands on the top of Ohrid Hill and looks across the town, while a 2,000-year-old Roman theatre was uncovered near the Upper Gate – in summer it’s again being used for concerts and performances.
Accommodation: Hotel (1 night)

Included Activities: Lake Ohrid Boat Ride

Optional Activities:

  • Robev Family House National Museum – MKD150
  • St Jovan Church – MKD100

Meals Included: Breakfast

Day 14: Tirana

Say goodbye to the endless, merging blues of lake and sky as you take a local bus to Struga on the northern end of the lake, where you’ll catch another bus across the border into Albania for your journey back to Tirana (approximately 3 hours in total). On arrival, your day is then free to explore and to enjoy the last night of your adventure. Feel the urban energy of this transforming city, where colour splashes enliven drab communist architecture, and if there’s time perhaps take a cable car ride up Dajti Mountain one last breath-taking overview of the city below. Tonight, perhaps gather together the group for a final farewell dinner as this expedition comes to an end. You could head to Blloku (the Block), once the domain of the Communist party’s inner circle and now home to designer cafes, glizy restaurants, and boutique bars. For something a little more traditional maybe head to an old house restaurant, where the menus are filled with Albanian recipes like eggplants stuffed with onions and garlic and fried rice balls or oven-baked cottage cheese with pepperoni. Raise a raki to this adventure!
Accommodation: Hotel (1 night)

Meals Included: Breakfast

Day 15: Tirana

There are no activities planned for the final day and you’re able to depart the accommodation at any time. If you wish to stay on in Tirana we are able to book additional accommodation for you (subject to availability). Please speak to your travel consultant at the time of booking.
Meals Included: Breakfast

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A single supplement is available on this trip.

Is this trip right for you?

As there are potholes and cobblestones in many Eastern European cities, it’s recommended that you leave any wheelie bags or cases at home and bring a backpack instead.

Weather in this part of Europe can be unpredictable. Summer temperatures can be extreme in many of the regions visited (over 40°C), which can be uncomfortable. It’s important to use sun protection, wear layers to combat the heat and drink plenty of water. On the other hand, the weather in the mountains can be cold and wet throughout the year. Please carefully consider the time of the year you wish to travel and your suitability to that season.

As accommodation on this trip is twin-share, single travellers will share a room with another traveller of the same sex. This trip is a great opportunity to get to know other like-minded people, so embrace it while you can. However, if you’d prefer not to share, a single room supplement is available at an additional charge. Please ask your travel consultant for more details. Also, hotels in Europe often don’t have double beds, but rather two single beds that can be pushed together.


Hotel (12 nights), Guesthouse (2 nights)

The style of accommodation indicated in the day-to-day itinerary is a guideline. On rare occasions, alternative arrangements may need to be made due to the lack of availability of rooms in our usual accommodation. A similar standard of accommodation will be used in these instances.

Accommodation on this trip is on a twin share basis (unless noted otherwise in the day-to-day itinerary). Please note there may be times where facilities will be shared rather than ensuite.

Throughout the trip we request that our hotels prepare rooms in time for our arrival, especially if we’re arriving prior to normal check-in time. However this isn’t always possible which means we won’t be able to check-in immediately on arrival at some hotels. Instead, we can store our luggage and explore our new destination.

If you’ve purchased pre-trip or post-trip accommodation (if available), you may be required to change rooms from your trip accommodation for these extra nights.

Your accommodation may not always have private en suite facilities or air-conditioning. European hotels generally don’t provide kettles or fridges.


Train, Public bus, Private vehicle, Boat, Taxi

Half the fun of travel is the travelling itself, that’s why we like to travel the local way – whether that means mingling with commuters on a train in Spain, cycling past a historic chateau in France, or encountering the world’s most extravagant public transport system on the Moscow Metro. In Europe, you are guaranteed to travel by genuine local public transport wherever possible, which puts you right in the centre of the action.


  • Sat 2 Sep 2017 – Sat 16 Sep 2017: 1,765 GBP
  • Sat 19 May 2018 – Sat 2 Jun 2018: 1,675 GBP
  • Sat 2 Jun 2018 – Sat 16 Jun 2018: 1,675 GBP
  • Sat 16 Jun 2018 – Sat 30 Jun 2018: 1,675 GBP
  • Sat 30 Jun 2018 – Sat 14 Jul 2018: 1,740 GBP
  • Sat 18 Aug 2018 – Sat 1 Sep 2018: 1,675 GBP
  • Sat 1 Sep 2018 – Sat 15 Sep 2018: 1,740 GBP
  • Sat 15 Sep 2018 – Sat 29 Sep 2018: 1,675 GBP

What Is Included

Meals: 14 breakfasts, 1 lunch, 2 dinners
Transport: Train, Public bus, Private vehicle, Boat, Taxi
Accommodation: Hotel (12 nights), Guesthouse (2 nights)
Included activities:

  • Valbona Valley Village Tour
  • Dečani Monastery – UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Hike in Rugova Valley including Lunch
  • Kalaja Fortress Visit Prizren
  • Field of the Battle of Blackbirds & Tomb of Sultan Murat
  • Day Trip to Matka Canyon
  • Lake Ohrid Boat Ride


We love this operator for the freedom and flexibility they give travellers to get off the tourist trails and really experience local cultures. Their grassroots style of travel ensures the impact on the communities they visit is minimised. They use local leaders, local accommodation & transport and support local community projects, ensuring sustainability is at the centre of everything they do. 2014 sees them celebrating 25 years of innovating the most inspiring and awesome trips.

This operator is committed to operating in a responsible manner, incorporating the principles of sustainable development in the way they provide travellers with real life experiences. However, these values are more than just words on a page; they are ingrained in the culture and daily operations of every office and tour. In addition, they expect their staff and travellers to demonstrate the principles of responsible travel – respecting people, cultures and local environments; in the distribution of wealth; in good will and cross-cultural sharing; and in contributing to sustainable development.

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