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Slovenia to reduce troop size in KFOR mission in Kosovo, Tonin says

Prishtina, 8 February - Defence Minister Matej Tonin and Major General Robert Glavaš, the chief of the general staff, visited on Monday Slovenian troops that currently serve in the NATO KFOR mission in Kosovo. The pair met Major General Franco Federici, the KFOR commander. Tonin announced Slovenia will reduce the number of troops in the mission due to force realignment.

Prishtina, Kosovo
Defence Minister Matej Tonin (pictured) and Major General Robert Glavaš, the chief of the general staff, visit Slovenian soldiers serving in the NATO-led KFOR mission.
Photo: Defence Ministry Twitter profile

Prishtina, Kosovo
Defence Minister Matej Tonin visits Slovenian soldiers serving in the NATO-led KFOR mission.
Photo: Defence Ministry Twitter profile

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