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Council reaffirms KFOR's commitment to Kosovo

24. May 2010. | 09:58

Source: EMGportal

On Friday, May 20th, NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen and all the Ambassadors of KFOR contributing nations visited KFOR.

On Friday, May 20th, NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen and all the Ambassadors of KFOR contributing nations visited KFOR.

The visit was intended to send a clear message of the continuing commitment to Kosovo. As the Secretary General said, "we will stay as long as it takes to finish the job".

The delegation met with the Kosovar leadership and discussed the issues facing Kosovo, including the importance of cooperation between the communities and relations with Belgrade. They also held talks with the heads of other international organizations in Kosovo.

The Secretary General and many Ambassadors also travelled to the Decani Monastery and held an extensive discussion with Bishop Teodosije.

The Secretary General assured him that security for cultural and religious sites remained a priority and would be assured, even as KFOR moved to a smaller, more flexible structure


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