Ukrainian military contingent sets off on peacekeeping mission to Kosovo

Source : 112 Ukraine

Ukrainian peacekeepers have undergone a two-week medical observation at the Truskavetskyi Center for medical rehabilitation and sanatorium treatment
08:40, 9 June 2020

Ukraine has sent its military contingent to peacekeeping mission to Kosovo

Ukraine has sent its military contingent to a peacekeeping mission in Kosovo. This was reported by ArmyInform, the news agency of the Ministry of Defense.

"A Ukrainian military contingent of 40 servicemen has left the city of Truskavets, Lviv region, to carry out a peacekeeping mission in the Republic of Kosovo," the statement said.

Before departing to Kosovo, Ukrainian peacekeepers underwent a two-week medical observation at the Truskavetskyi Center for Medical Rehabilitation and Sanatorium Treatment.

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According to the head of the military sanatorium, Colonel of the Medical Service Vasyl Vovchansky, this is the fourth peacekeeping contingent that has been undergoing medical observation at the Truskavetskyi military sanatorium since the beginning of the quarantine.

As we reported earlier, President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky appointed Valerii Kondratiuk as the new head of Ukraine's Foreign Intelligence Service.

Kondratiuk, 50 years old, is a special services officer and a lieutenant general. From 2016 to 2019, Kondratiuk held the position of Deputy Head of the Presidential Administration during Petro Poroshenko's presidency.

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