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Peacekeepers to Move In
Thursday, June 17 1999
NATO has divided Kosovo into five sectors controlled by the United States, France, Britain, Italy and Germany. Other countries are also contributing to the 50,000-strong peacekeeping force expected to be deployed to the province.

Refugees

The 50,000-member Kosovo peacekeeping force:

Britain

13,000

Germany

8,500

U.S.

7,000

France

7,000

Italy

up to 5,000

Netherlands

2,050

Ukraine

1,300

Spain

1,200

Russia

10,000

Denmark, Finland, Greece, Sweden, Austria, Czech Republic, Romania and Dubai plan to contribute several hundred troops each.

Source: staff reports, BBC, U.S. Defense Department, NATO



MORE MAPS
PEOPLE:Balkans Ethnic Makeup | Mass Killings in Kosovo
Mass Killings in Meja | Mass Killings in Djakovica |
MILITARY:NATO Troops | Serb Offensive in Kosovo

LOCATOR:Kosovo's Treasures | Kosovo | Europe | Former Yugoslavia

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