Kosovo will safeguard classified information with US assistance

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Last night, the United States and Kosovo signed an agreement for the protection of classified data, a significant decision for both countries.

During the signing of the agreement, Jeff Hovenier, the American ambassador in Pristina, and Albin Kurti, the Prime Minister of Kosovo, stated that the two countries are now taking on responsibilities for the protection of each other’s classified information and its exchange.

The American diplomat stated that in today’s world, partners must exchange information quickly and without delay, as this is critical in the fields of security and defense.

“The signing of this agreement is significant not only because it represents the culmination of over two years of coordination and negotiations, but it also represents the United States’ strong commitment to continuing security collaboration with Kosovo,” Ambassador Hovenier stated.