|30 May. 2023||
NATO Secretary General meets with Norwegian Prime Minister in OsloNATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg met with Norwegian Prime Minister Jonas Gahr Støre in Oslo on Tuesday (30 May 2023), ahead of the informal meeting of Allied Foreign Ministers, which will take place on Wednesday and Thursday.
|29 May. 2023||
Statement by the NATO Spokesperson on unprovoked attacks against KFOR troops
|09 Jan. 2023||
NATO, EU and US consult on developments in Kosovo, Western BalkansDeputy Secretary General Mircea Geoană welcomed US Deputy Assistant Secretary Gabriel Escobar and the EU Special Representative for the Belgrade-Pristina Dialogue and other Western Balkan regional issues, Miroslav Lajčák, to NATO Headquarters on Monday (9 January 2023). Their meeting was part of regular consultations on the situation in Kosovo and developments in the broader Western Balkans region.
|05 Jan. 2023||
NATO-led KFOR mission dismantles last barricades in northern KosovoOn Thursday (5 January 2023), the NATO-led KFOR mission completed the removal of several vehicles blocking roads in northern Kosovo, through the deployment of engineer units to the areas of Duda’s Rock and Srbovac arterial route.
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|09 Dec. 2021||
NATO Supreme Allied Commander Europe and Chair of the NATO Military Committee visit KosovoAccompanied by the Chair of the NATO Military Committee (CMC), Admiral Rob Bauer, General Tod D. Wolters Supreme Allied Commander Europe (SACEUR), travelled to Camp ''Film City'' in Pristina for a short visit with NATO-led Kosovo Force (KFOR) Commander, Major General Ferenc Kajári on Wednesday, Dec. 8, 2021.
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|03 Oct. 2021||
KFOR enhances presence in northern Kosovo in support of de-escalation arrangementToday (03 October 2021), the Commander of the NATO-led KFOR mission, Major General Franco Federici, visited KFOR units deployed at the Jarinje and Brnjak crossing points in northern Kosovo. For the next two weeks, KFOR will maintain a temporary, robust and agile presence in the area, in support to the implementation of the recent arrangement on de-escalation and the way forward in northern Kosovo reached between Belgrade and Pristina, under the auspices of the EU-facilitated Belgrade-Pristina Dialogue. KFOR is mandated by United Nations Security Council Resolution 1244 of 1999 to ensure a safe and secure environment and freedom of movement for all communities living in Kosovo.
|14 Sep. 2021||
New navigation equipment for civilian airlines set up at Pristina airport, with NATO supportOn 14 September 2021, the Commander of the NATO-led KFOR mission, Major General Franco Federici, attended a ceremony to mark the installation of new navigation equipment at Pristina airport. These are important steps, which will make the circulation of people and goods easier and faster within the region. They will also contribute to the use of new south-west air routes in the lower airspace over Kosovo, which have been created through the NATO-led Balkans Aviation Normalisation Meetings process.