| Hero of Kosovo|| Agim Ramadani|
| Brigade 138 "Agim Ramadani"|
Battle of Kosare
1999, Kosare, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Kosovo War, Battle of Kosare
Adem Jashari, Zahir Pajaziti, Hamez Jashari, Agim Ceku, Bekim Berisha
Kosovo Liberation Army
Agim Ramadani Wikipedia
Agim Ramadani (3 May 1964 – April 1999) was an Albanian leader of the Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA), best known for his support in the Battle of Košare.
Agim Ramadani was born in the village of Zhegra in the municipality of Gjilan in Kosovo. He was considered one of the best students in his country, and visited the high technical school in Gjilan in 1980, and the Military Academy for communications in the Zagreb, SR Croatia. Poetry and painting were his passions during his high school. His poetry was published in literary magazines, whereas painting exhibitions were organized in Croatia, where he worked as a military, and in Switzerland, where lived as a political immigrant after the beginning of the war. In 1998 Ramadani accepted honorary membership at the European Academy of Arts.
Although he was an immigrant in Switzerland, in 1998 Agim Ramadani responded to the call of his homeland, Kosovo, and joined the Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA), leaving three children and wife in Switzerland.
Agim is considered as one of the most famous heroes of the new Albanian history. Agim Ramadani have left behind two sons, Jeton and Edon, and his daughter Lorina.A main street in Pristina is named after Agim Ramadani.