U.S. will not withdraw its contingent from KFOR

BELGRADE – U.S. Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense Evelyn Farkas on Tuesday informed Serbia’s First Deputy Prime Minister and Defense Minister Aleksandar Vucic that the United States will not withdraw its contingent from KFOR until conditions allow it.

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Vucic expressed satisfaction over the cooperation with KFOR and the United States’ decision to keep the present level of American troops in Kosovo.

The Serbian defense minister informed Farkas about the contents of the Brussels agreement between Belgrade and Pristina and the agreed plan for implementation.

He said bilateral military cooperation between Serbia and the United States is at a high level, Vucic’s office said in a release.

Farkas said the United States supports Serbia’s reforms and European integration, adding that the Brussels agreement between Belgrade and Pristina is a brave and pragmatic decision which will greatly contribute to a better future for Serbia.

She stressed the United States will not withdraw its contingent from KFOR until conditions allow it, reads the release.

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