KFOR, NATO’s mission to protect security in Kosovo, has announced that it will conduct exercises in western Kosovo.
The written statement stated that the exercise will be held from 4 to 6 July 2023, and that the exercise will be for training purposes.
Military vehicles and equipment will be deployed in the municipalities of Istog, Otrepci, Mamosa, Decan, Jakova, Dragash, Elise Hahn and Kacanik by the KFOR multinational unit, which will improve the readiness of the forces.
The written statement indicated that maneuvers will be carried out day and night by helicopters over the municipalities of Yakova, Tryptsi and Mamosha, and pointed out that heavy military vehicles will cross the main and secondary roads in the region.
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