KFOR troops

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KFOR troops

pl (Mil) → KFOR-Truppen pl
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He also visited the Skopje village of Stajkovci where he was presented with a certificate of appreciation for the help the local population received from the KFOR troops in dealing with the aftermath of the devastating floods of two years ago.
On 28 February 2011, the next step, called "Gate 2", was achieved, reducing KFOR troops to approximately 5,000.
Moore said that the continued presence of NATO's KFOR troops and the EU's EULEX rule of law mission "remain essential for the success" of the Serbia-Kosovo reconciliation process.
There has been a tense stand-off between KFOR troops and Kosovo Serbs over two roadblocks barring access to the Brnjak and Jarinje and crossing points.
Some 500 civilians "disappeared after the arrival of KFOR troops on 12 June 1999," most of them Serbs.
A proposed drawdown of KFOR troops would place additional border management responsibilities on the KBP.
There were many reports of KFOR troops, outnumbered by the rioters and unwilling to fire on them, refusing to intervene to stop the destruction and looting of property.
In particular, forces of troop-contributing nations were not formally assigned or seconded to the UN so that they became a 'UN international force' and KFOR troops were not operating under UN operational command.
The North Atlantic Treaty Organization-led KFOR troops were deployed on Kosovo and the province was put under U.N.
However, the Decan monastery requested and received continued heavy presence of Italian KFOR troops on site.
By then KFOR troops had moved in and ethnic Albanians were no longer under threat of persecution in Kosovo.