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22. 11. 2021. 00:00   >>  17:18 0

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Croatia is sending 130 troops to Kosovo

A total of 130 members of the Croatian army, including six women, are coming to Kosovo today, the country's Ministry of Defense confirmed.

The ceremonial farewell of the 36th Croatian Contingent (HRVCON) to the NATO KFOR operation will be held at the "132nd Brigade of the Croatian Army" barracks in Nasice.

The ceremony will be attended by Croatian Defense Minister Mario Banozic.

On the other hand, as N1 Zagreb reports, the Croatian presidency confirmed that the event will be attended by the president, Zoran Milanovic.

As a reminder, the previous announcement of Zagreb from May about sending soldiers to Kosovo, that is. the increase in the military contingent in the composition of KFOR, provoked dozens of accusatory reactions between  Belgrade and Zagreb.

 

 

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