KFOR-11 Contingent Trained on Operational Law
CHISINAU, May 17, 2019 — The National Army contingent that has been approved for deployment to KFOR operation in Kosovo attended the Moldovan-American seminar “Operational law/human rights”, during May
The activity was conducted by the National Army General Staff, together with a mobile training team of the Defense Institute of International Legal Studies (DIILS) from Newport, Rhode Island, USA, and had the objective to train the officers and NCOs of KFOR-11 contingent on the legal standards of international and multinational operations.
During the seminar, the legal advisors of the US Army and the operational officers of KFOR mission’s staff mainly referred to the background on the legal framework for the deployment, rules and regulations which apply to the peacekeepers’ activity.
The training is conducted for the fifth year in a row at the request of the National Army and is part of the Regional Program for Europe of the Defense Institute of International Legal Studies.
The KFOR-11 contingent will be deployed to Kosovo at the beginning of June and will have a six-month mandate.