Pristina, 5 April 2016/Independent Balkan News Agency
By Elton Tota
The demands of the Kosovo Security Forces (FSK) for military forces of other countries, will grow once this force turns into an army.
This was said today in the first conference of FSK for this year dubbed “FSK and its partners”.
Minister of FSK Haki Demolli said that the main scope of this conference is to intensify cooperation between FSK and military forces of other countries.
Demolli said that in June of this year, FSK soldiers will participate in the “Anakonda” drills which will be held in Poland.
Meanwhile, commander of FSK, Rrahman Rama said that FSK has advanced and stressed that the demands of FSK from countries participating in this conference will grow once the mission of this force changes.
“FSK and its partners” conference takes place twice a year and the next conference will take place in October. /ibna/