Drnovsek Visits Slovenian Troops in Kosovo

Peć, 15 May - President Janez Drnovsek, the commander-in-chief of Slovenian Armed Forces, visited on Tuesday Slovenian soldiers serving in the KFOR mission in Kosovo, the president's office said. The mission in Kosovo is proof that the Slovenian army is becoming increasingly professional and well trained, Drnovsek said in his speech.

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