U.S. Ambassador to Kosovo, Philip Kosnett in a Tweet on Friday said a country’s security depends on the quality of its security relationships and peaceful relations with its neighbors.
As the Assembly of Kosovo is expected to vote today a package of laws enabling transition of the Kosovo Security Force (KSF) into an army, the US Ambassador to Kosovo Philip Kosnett, in a Tweet said that a country’s security depends on the quality of its security relationships – and peaceful, mutually beneficial relations with its neighbors - as much as on the strength and professionalism of its armed forces.
On Thursday Kosnett said that vote on KSF transition is a historic one for Kosovo. “The U.S. will support the professional development and organizational evolution of KSF, which must play a positive role for Kosovo and the region, reflecting both the multi-ethnic character of the country and the Kosovo people’s dedication to peace. He said Friday’s Assembly session and KSF ceremony should be occasions for solemn reflection and re-dedication to peace, stability and prosperity for Kosovo and its neighbors.