Today marks 23 years since the founding of the Kosovo Protection Corps (KPC), where according to the Kumanova agreement and in accordance with the Rambouillet agreement, the disarmament of Kosovo Liberation Army soldiers and its transformation into the Kosovo Protection Corps was envisaged.
With the entry of NATO
troops, KFOR, in Kosovo in 1999, the transformation of the KLA began, ending in
The first KPC leader was appointed Lieutenant General Agim Ceku. Under the agreement, the KPC’s duties and rights at the time were to act to prevent and reduce damage from natural disasters and accidents, to provide assistance to endangered areas, to assist in clearing minefields, to assist in reconstruction and communities…