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Serbia: Nato, Vucic had talks with Supreme Allied Commander

Security in Kosovo key issue in meeting with General Wolters

17 July, 19:21
(ANSA) - BELGRADE, July 17 - The relationship between Serbia and Nato and the security issue in Kosovo were the main themes of a meeting, today in Belgrade, between Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic and US General Tod Wolters, Nato's Supreme Allied Commander in Europe (SACEUR) and commander of US European Command.

Vucic - in a statement - expressed satisfaction with the good status of the collaboration with Nato which, he said, takes place in compliance with Serbia's military neutrality. According to the president, Kfor - the Nato force in Kosovo - guarantees the security of the Serbian population in Kosovo, and for this reason, Serbia's military leaders are always willing to communicate with Kfor. "Good communication between the Serbian army and the KFOR is important to prevent crises in Kosovo", the president said.

General Wolters underlined the importance of communication between Serbian military leadership and Nato troops in Kosovo, to ensure stability in the whole Balkan region. At the same time, the general appreciated Serbia's efforts to maintain peace, stability, and cooperation in the region. The US general, in office since May 3, is now visiting the Balkans for the first time. He will also meet with Serbia's Defense Minister Aleksandar Vulin and Serbian Armed Forces Chief of Staff, General Milan Mojsilovic. (ANSA).

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