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KFOR COMMANDER MET NATO DEPUTY ASSISTANT SECRETARY GENERAL


Pristina, 02 October 2014. The Commander of the Kosovo Force, Major General Francesco Paolo FIGLIUOLO, received yesterday Mr. Richard D.F. FROH, NATO's Deputy Assistant Secretary General.

General FIGLIUOLO spoke with Mr. FROH about the current political situation in Kosovo and the progress achieved in the dialogue on normalization of relations and cooperation between Belgrade and Pristina.

Among other topics, discussions were held about the general situation in Kosovo, and included the role of KFOR in creating a Safe and Secure Environment and Freedom of Movement in Kosovo.

Mr. FROH’s current appointment is NATO's Deputy Assistant Secretary General for operations, with responsibilities for the Alliance's operations in Afghanistan, Libya, the Balkans, as well as counter-piracy and various training missions.

General FIGLIUOLO highlighted the fact that KFOR will continue to cooperate and assist the United Nations, the European Union, and other international actors and will act, as third responder, in assisting the activities of Kosovo Police, EULEX and all international and local organizations.

In conclusion, Mr. FROH stressed the importance of the role of KFOR’s mission and its achievements within the Alliance strategy.

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