Two members of the NATO ARM mission in Kosovo sent back due to indiscipline and alcoholism


Two ARM members were sent back to Macedonia who showed unprofessionalism and violated the discipline at the KFOR base, NetPress finds out.

This is another indicator that the selection of members for missions abroad does not meet the required criteria and checks.

The General Staff of the Army and the Ministry of Defense confirm that two soldiers have been sent back due to unprofessional behavior.

“The reason for the early return of these two members is due to non-compliance with the standard operating procedures and norms of conduct of each member of the mission, as well as the rules and norms of conduct and damage to the reputation of the Army of North Macedonia by its members”, the General Staff points out in response to NetPress questions regarding this case.

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