Monday, December 06, 2004

Kosovo Kfor commander has no information about possible fresh unrest

General Yves de Kermabon, commander of Kfor [Kosovo Force], said today in Prizren that at present the security situation in Kosova [Kosovo] is very good and that he has no information about any possible unrest or deterioration of the situation.

Gen Kermabon visited Prizren Municipal Council today, where he met Municipal Council Chairman Eqrem Kryeziu.

Kermabon said that the security situation in Kosova was very good and that the figures indicated that the situation was improving, while Kfor's duty was to contribute to further improvements in the situation.

Asked by KosovaLive about various speculation about possible new unrest in Kosova, Gen Kermabon said that at present he had no information about such attempts and that the reason he was meeting Kosova officials and citizens was to prevent any possibility of such developments.

"As long as things are going well, Kfor members will not be very visible, but we are ready to deal with any attempt by extremists or criminals," Kermabon said.

He said that he had been received very well during his visits various municipalities and that the people of Kosova trusted Kfor. He stressed that the restoration of trust was a precondition for building the future of Kosova.

During his visit to Prizren, Gen Kermabon also visited ancient sites linked to the town's historical heritage.

1 comment:

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