On 1st of November the Hungarian and the Austrian embassies in Pristina and the Hungarian and the Austrian contingents in KFOR held a joint ceremony at the military cemetery in Peja. The cemetery is the last resting place of two hundred and eight (208) soldiers who lost their lives in the Great War. The majority who fell were soldiers of the former Austrian-Hungarian Monarchy. (58 Hungarians, , 39 unknown Austro-Hungarian, 30 soldiers from Galicia, 17 Croatians, 8 Czechs, 5 Bosniaks, 2 Austrian, 2 Montenegrins, 1 Turkish, 1 soldier from Bukovina and 4 unknown.) It is also believed that there are forty one (41) Russian soldiers that were interned in a nearby prisoner of war camp buried at the cemetery.