The British have revealed how lengthy their military might be in Kosovo and Metohija
British troops will continue to contribute to the NATO mission in Kosovo (KFOR) at least until 2023, the British government said in a statement.
The continued presence of British military personnel in NATO forces, which has been helping to maintain a secure environment in Kosovo for more than two decades, signals Britain’s commitment to security, stability and prosperity in the Western Balkans, the statement said.
NATO is the basis of Britain’s security because our armed forces are intervening to protect peace with our partners, said British Defense Secretary Ben Wallace, adding that expanding Britain’s commitment to KFOR underscores Britain’s unwavering commitment to the Western Balkans region, where NATO is helped to establish stability for more than two decades.
The United Kingdom has made a key contribution to a NATO-mandated NATO force known as KFOR since it first entered Kosovo in 1999 as part of a peacekeeping force aimed at bringing peace and stability after the 1990s conflict. is in a statement from the British government.
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