NATO plans to reduce troops in Kosovo

Defense ministers of NATO member states hold a meeting at the end of the week, where they will discuss the troops reduction in Kosovo. They will discuss on KFOR operations as the first step has already been made, NATO Secretary General Andres Faugh Rasmussen said.

Towards the end of January, NATO reduced troops in Kosovo to around 10.000 soldiers, saying that KFOR will conduct more flexible operations and will deploy troops to places where they are needed.

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