Djukanovic in KFOR praises NATO
On the second day of his official visit to Kosovo, Montenegrin President, Milo Djukanovic paid a visit to NATO troops dislocated in Kosovo.
The visit came because within KFOR, Montenegro, as a member state of the North-Eastern Alliance, also contributes to peace and security with a lieutenant colonel.
During the visit, President Djukanovic noted KFOR’s special place in maintaining peace in the Western Balkans.
"Maintaining peace and stability in the Western Balkans is essential for the overall stability of Europe," said the Montenegrin head of state.
"The KFOR mission has a special place and role in this," Djukanovic said, RTKlive reports.
Djukanovic was also received by the mission commander, Ferenc Kajari, at KFOR headquarters in Prishtina.