Slovenia to Reduce Its Military Contingent in Kosovo

Brussels, 11 June - Defence Minister Ljubica Jelusic and Chief-of-Staff, Maj-Gen Alojz Steiner, announced in Brussels on Friday that the Slovenian contingent serving in the NATO-led mission in Kosovo (KFOR) would be reduced by up to 8% to about 330 soldiers. KFOR is to decrease its presence in Kosovo from 10,000 to 5,700 troops.

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