KFOR-6 Contingent Carries Out Missions in Area of Responsibility
CHISINAU, January 9, 2017 — The National Army service members from the sixth contingent deployed to the peacekeeping operation KFOR in Kosovo started their missions in the area of responsibility.
According to contingent’s Commander, Maj. Constantin Cisleanu, during the past month, the Moldovan service members’ missions entailed the protection of major importance facilities, patrol and security of “Camp Villaggio Italia” Base from Pech village, where the Multinational Battle Group West contingents are stationed.
The source specified that the Moldovan peacekeepers performed medical evacuation, “fire phobia”, and crowd control training.
At the same time, the engineers conducted sessions on the danger of unexploded ammunition in Kosovo region and the actions to be taken when finding them. The sessions were attended by Slovenian, Italian, and Austrian soldiers.
The KFOR-6 contingent consisting of 40 service members left for Kosovo on December 5, 2016.