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Britain's Ministry of Defense has announced that it has transferred the command of an army battalion to NATO, in order to provide additional support to Kosovo, if required.
" Due to the current situation in Kosovo, we have transferred the command of the 1st Battalion of the Princess of Wales's Royal Regiment - a reserve force for the NATO Force in Kosovo (KFOR) - to NATO, so that it can provide support if required," the Ministry of Defense said in a statement.
NATO's North Atlantic Alliance today authorized additional forces to address the current situation in Kosovo. Through a statement, the secretary general of the North Atlantic Alliance, Jens Stoltenberg, did not mention the recent events in Banjska, but emphasized that the authorization for additional forces was made after Thursday's meeting of the North Atlantic Council, which is the highest body of NATO. Meanwhile, the United States of America has warned of measures against Serbia as they have asked it to withdraw its military troops from the vicinity of Kosovo./ Reuters.