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KFOR and KP together for children

Pristina - The Kosovo Police and Soldiers from KFOR Multinational Battlegroup-East partnered together this past Valentine’s Day to donate toys to the children of Kosovo.

It was all part of the ‘Toys of Aloha’ event, the first toy donation event representing the partnership between the Kosovo Police and KFOR Soldiers from the Hawaii Army National Guard.

The event took place at the Resource Center for Teaching and Counseling "Mother Theresa" in Mitrovica, Kosovo. Police officers, Kosovo officials, and KFOR Soldiers handed out toys to special needs students at the center to spread love and happiness to the children.

"We are always honored to be in partnership and I’m so glad we could work on this project together,” said Kosovo Police Director Lt. Col. Aferdita Mikullovci. "Valentine’s Day is really to share the love. It’s not only to your partner but to everybody. It’s a special day and a special moment to these kids.”

The event was planned by the Kosovo Police with support from the MNBG-East Soldiers. The Soldiers helped collect more than 500 toys to donate and will work with the Kosovo Police to deliver the toys to children across Kosovo.


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