One of the main themes of the post-war period was the security of citizens and border security. In accordance with Resolution 1244 and the Kumanovo Technical Military Agreement in Kosovo, international security forces, KFOR, are established, which are required to give a secure mandate to all citizens of Kosovo, while controlling and monitoring Kosovo`s borders and creating a space for the creation of international organizations in Kosovo. Under the agreement, there were also certain areas of security, aviation security and ground safety zones. Point (d) indicates that the air safety zone is defined as a 25 km zone and extends from the external border of Kosovo to the interior of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, namely Serbia and Montenegro. The soil safety zone is defined as an area of 5 km that extends from the external border of Kosovo to the interior of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, namely Serbia and Montenegro. Military technical agreement of 3 July 1999 Between NATO and the FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF YOUGOSLAVIA, it was agreed to end the NATO bombing on 24 March 1999 and ended on 9 June 1999 after 78 days. According to the Ahtisaari plan and the mapping document that was to remove Serbia, namely the FRY, from the territory of Kosovo. The question is what was the Kosovo region. The answer can be found in the Ahtisaari document precisely in the military technical agreement of 3 June 1999.

The description of the territory of the province of Kosovo and the map attached to this agreement are in line with the administrative line of the province of Kosovo and have been implemented from 1974 until august 2016. It is on the basis of this map that the international security force KFOR will be set up. The military technical agreement of 3 June 1999 underlines, following several paragraphs, the best clarity for the reader. “Military Technical Agreement, 03 July 1999 between the International Security Force (KFOR) and the Government of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia and the Republic of Serbia Article 1: General Commitments The contracting parties reaffirm the document presented by the President Ahtisaari to President Milosevic and approved on 3 June 1999 by the Serbian Parliament and the Federal Government to include Kosovo`s UN-led accession to an effective civil and international security presence. The parties also reiterate that the Security Council is ready to adopt a resolution………. “on the merits. The full document can be downloaded from the following website: Military agreement between the International Security Force and the governments of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia and the Republic of Serbia, signed in Kumanovo on 9 June 1999, available at www.nato.int/kosovo/docu/a990609a.htm.

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