Slovenian troops in Kosovo serve as link between local population and institutions

Prishtina, 23 December - Slovenian troops participating in the NATO-led peacekeeping mission in Kosovo enjoy respect among the local population and the Kosovo Force (KFOR) command because they can speak the language and know the local customs. Counting 101 members, their unarmed or non-kinetic battalion serves as a link between the local population and state institutions.

Prishtina, Kosovo
Defence Minister Marjan Šarec visits Slovenian troops in Kosovo.
Photo: Luka Tetičkovič/STA

The rest of this news item is available to subscribers.
The news item consists of 2.622 characters (without spaces) or 505 words words.

Buy the news item. Price: 2 tokens; on account: 0 tokens.

© STA, 2023