Kosovo delegation paid a visit to Multinational CIMIC Group
Motta di Livenza, April 27th, 2022.
On April 27, the "Seminar on CIMIC" was held in favor of a delegation of Kosovo Security Force (KSF), in accordance with the bilateral agreement on security cooperation, signed in 2018 between Italy and Kosovo. The aim of the seminar was to enhance the cooperation amongst the two parties and to let the Kosovar delegation know the peculiarities about the Multinational CIMIC Group (MNCG).
After the welcome greetings, the Multinational CIMIC Group Commander, Colonel Mattia Zuzzi, illustrated to the 4 KSF officers, a briefing on the multiple activities of the unit at international level; he also focused on the structure of the Regiment, introducing the operational, training and teaching capabilities of the MNCG.
Subsequently, other MNCG operators intervened and shared their experiences gained in the operational theaters in which the unit provides civil-military cooperation assets. Among them also the Battalion Commander, Lieutenant Colonel Nicola Dell'Anno, who also gave a speech on tactical capabilities of the Italian CIMIC Unit.
At the end of seminar, the delegation had the opportunity to visit the infrastructure and to meet the personnel specialized in the delicate field of civil-military cooperation.
The Multinational CIMIC Group has been operating for years in various international scenarios under the aegis of United Nations, the European Union and NATO. In this case, the Motta di Livenza operators have been present in Kosovar territory for more than a decade, as part of the Kosovo Force (KFOR), the international military mission led by the Atlantic Alliance, responsible for restoring order and peace in Kosovo.
Following the countless civil-military cooperation activities carried out in recent years in Kosovar territory, the MNCG has established a strong link with the institutions and local defense forces, actively contributing to the development of the country.
The seminar ended by giving the counterparts the opportunity to renew the collaboration already in place, consolidating the relationship between the two nations.
SOURCE: Multinational CIMIC Group