Buildings in Prishtina are built oddly. First, concrete posts with rebar are poured in place, and slab floors with rebar are poured on top. That's a good sturdy method. However, they then used hollow fired-clay bricks to build the interior and exterior walls. They then slather cement stucco over the brick. That seems like a very labour-intensive way to make a weak, brittle building membrane with poor insulation, which will require extensive ongoing maintenance. You can see many buildings built this way that are crumbling apart.
I know that labour is cheaper than material costs here. Still, there is an opportunity here to improve local construction techniques.