Peacekeepers leave for Kosovo

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  • Thursday, 18 Dec 2003

SEPANG: The sixth batch of the Royal Malaysian Police Force peacekeepers left for Kosovo yesterday to aid the United Nations peacekeepers and local police there. 

The team, comprising 13 officers and 20 police personnel, led by Deputy Superintendent Zamani Tan Sri Hamidan, would be there for a one-year peace mission. 

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