The International Community Role and NATO Intervention in Kosovo-Kumanovo Agreement
AbstractAfter the failure of the Rambouillet conference following the intervention of the 19 most developed countries against Serbian targets thus paving the path establishing NATO troops in Kosovo and the signing of the military-technical agreement in Kumanovo which marked the end of the NATO bombing and the withdrawal of Serbian forces from the territory of Kosovo. The end of the war in Kosovo in 1999 opened a new chapter together with the international community based on Resolution 1244 in which Kosovo came under International protectorate. Priority will be given to safety, standards and status, while the benchmark was the Provisional Administrative Council and UNMIK who started the Kosovo state-building approach. As the foundation in 2001 will be prepared Constitutional Framework of Kosovo and as a result will begin the formation of local institutions under the supervision of the European and the international community.
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Sherifi, I. (2014). The International Community Role and NATO Intervention in Kosovo-Kumanovo Agreement. Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences, 5(6), 359. Retrieved from https://www.richtmann.org/journal/index.php/mjss/article/view/2427
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