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KFOR Commander says situation in Kosovo calm

30. June 2011. | 08:45

Source: Tanjug

NATO's Kosovo Force (KFOR) Commander Erhard Buehler has stated that the security situation in Kosovo was calm and stable, adding that KFOR's mission should be continued over the coming years.

NATO's Kosovo Force (KFOR) Commander Erhard Buehler has stated that the security situation in Kosovo was calm and stable, adding that KFOR's mission should be continued over the coming years.

Some political issues have not been settled yet and require the presence of a NATO-led mission, he noted. One of the issues is the administrative line with Serbia, which is in KFOR's sole jurisdiction, in accordance with international law, Buehler added. He welcomed the participants of the 11th conference of European young leaders organized by Atlantik-Bruecke.

The conference is being held in Pristina for the second time and will last until June 30. The main topic will be the future of transatlantic relations and the EU. Buehler described KFOR's new structure, which is based on two multinational battle groups capable of deploying anywhere in Kosovo, and he stressed that it provides a high level of readiness, flexibility and mobility.

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