Hungarian assumes command of NATO mission in Kosovo
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Ferenc Kajári is to take over command of KFOR, the NATO mission in Kosovo, writes hrportal.hu.
From November 1, the Major General of the Hungarian Armed Forces will become the 26th commander of KFOR for one year and the first Hungarian to hold the post.
Kajári emphasized that, according to NATO's assessment, the security situation in Kosovo is stable but fragile.
He will have the command of troops from the 28 countries (20 NATO members and eight partner countries) that provide KFOR personnel.
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