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Kosovo, Albania, Montenegro discuss ways to strengthen defence cooperation

PRISTINA – Kosovo’s Security Force Minister Rrustem Berisha held separate meetings with Albanian Military Attaché, Colonel Ahmet Leka, as well as top Montenegrin military officers, namely Colonel Zoran Bošković, Lieutenant-Colonel Živko Rakočević, advisor to the Montenegro’s Defence Minister.

KSF Minister Berisha and high-ranking military officers from Albania and Montenegro discussed ways to strengthen bilateral cooperation between Kosovo and Albania, and between Kosovo and Montenegro.

The meeting between KSF Minister and Albanian high-ranking military officers took place on the margins of the military diplomats’ conference “KSF and Partners”, which brought together military attachés of the partner countries accredited in Pristina and the region.

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