A local military is being formed in Kosovo with the help of most member countries of the NATO. However, the Alliance is reluctant to talk about its involvement in the formation of that military, wrote the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, reported Deutsche Welle.

The reason why the NATO is reluctant to speak about its involvement related to the formation of the army, according to the German daily, is the Ahtisaari Plan from 2007, which provided that Kosovo and Metohija should not have a military, but rather “multi-ethnic security units” with a maximum strength of 2,500 members, which would be deployed in the event of a natural disaster.

Multiple countries are involved in the formation of the Kosovo* army, with the United States of America, Germany, the United Kingdom and Turkey being particularly distinguished, reported the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, assessing that the German military is in the lead.