QUESTION: I would ask a question on Kosovo. The American administration, together with the other partners of contact group, presented a plan to continue toward achieving a future status of Kosovo.
Is the United States interested to find a solution to this issue, because you want to withdraw the troops from Kosovo or you are prepared to keep them still even once independence is achieved?
RUMSFELD: Our position is what it's always been: It's that we went in together and we'll come out together. Everyone agrees that a political solution is important.
And also most of the people I know agree that the current arrangements of the military forces in Kosovo are not optimum; that, in fact, the military leadership of the alliance has made proposals to change how we're organized in the country, in ways that would make our forces more effective.
And I fully support what SACEUR has recommended in that connection. I think we'll call it a day. Thanks, folks.