04 August 2006

Tacit Admission of Terrorist Acts Toward Serbs in General's Appeal to Albanians

General presses for safer Kosovo
Associated Press
PRISTINA, Serbia — A senior U.S. military official urged leaders in Kosovo Thursday to make the ethnically troubled province a safe place for all its communities.
Gen. William Ward, deputy commander in the European command of the U.S. forces, met with ethnic Albanian leaders involved in talks with Serbia’s officials over the future status of Kosovo to push them for progress in stabilizing the province.
“We’re here to ... encourage the good work to go on that assures that all the citizens of Kosovo understand that this is where they can be safe, secure,” Ward said.

Kosovo, legally a province of Serbia, has been under U.N. administration for over seven years after NATO’s air war halted Serb forces’ crackdown on ethnic Albanians seeking ....please see http://www.armytimes.com/story.php?f=1-292925-1997942.php

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