Slovenian Contingent Taking Control of Kosovo Sector

Peć/Prishtina, 25 February - A 600-strong Slovenian army contingent is set to assume control of the area around Pec in the province of Kosovo on Sunday, becoming the first Slovenian unit to take command of a single operational area in an international peacekeeping mission to date.

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