Saturday, April 30, 2005

UNMIK hands over command of Mitrovica police station to Kosovo police

Mitrovice [Kosovska Mitrovica], 29 April: UNMIK [UN Interim Administration Mission in Kosovo] police today handed over in a solemn ceremony the police station in Mitrovice south to the Kosova [Kosovo] Police Service [ShPK].

The commander of the Kosova Police Station, Sheremet Ahmeti, described it as a big day not only for the ShPK but also for the whole Mitrovice.

The representatives of Kfor [Kosovo Force], Kosova Protection Corps [TMK], UNMIK Police and OSCE took part in the solemn ceremony.

The police station in Mitrovice south started work in 1 November 1999. It numbers 139 police officers, three lieutenants and 12 sergeants.

Source: KosovaLive web site, Pristina, in English 29 Apr 05


Prishtinasi said...

Great News. May God Bless them for their job :-)

Suksese SHPK

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