Denmark has been a part of KFOR from the very beginning.
The main task of the 35 Danish soldiers in the Kosovo Force (KFOR) is guarding Camp Marechal De Lattre de Tassigny at Novo Selo. Access control, search of cars at the entrance to the camp. Photographer: Lærke Weensgaard.
Denmark has been a part of KFOR from the very beginning. Since 1999 more than 10.000 Danish soldiers have served in KFOR.
The Danish contribution consists of 30 troops guarding the French Camp Novo Selo and six Staff officers at KFOR Headquarters in Pristina.
KFOR was established on the basis of United Nations Security Council Resolution 1244. The Danish Parliament decided the deployment of the Danish contribution to KFOR on 16 June 1999.
Period of timeFra 1999
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