The carabinieri of the NATO-KFOR (Kosovo Force) mission inaugurated a new reporting room in the regional directorate of Kosovo Police, which has investigative jurisdiction over the northern part of the city of Mitrovica.
Brigadier General Ruggiero Capodivento, commander of the MSU (Multinational Specialized Unit) carabinieri regiment, attended the inauguration together with the head of investigations, Lieutenant Petret Fejza and a representation of policemen from the provincial command.
The initiative was supported by the regiment's CIMIC (Civil-Military Cooperation) cell, which last month became aware of the need for a new meeting room by the Kosovar police. The police therefore involved a local company in the sector which proceeded with the conversion and renovation of two housing modules already present on site, renovating them and equipping them with office furniture, a 60" television/multimedia screen and heating and cooling systems .
The staff of the Kosovo Police expressed his gratitude for the generosity shown by the carabinieri. The new premises will allow the personnel serving in the command to work better and in a more functional and healthy environment.
The CIMIC units, thanks to the widespread presence of the Carabinieri in the area - employed in maintaining security - identify critical issues and promote aid initiatives for the Kosovar communities through funds and projects endorsed by the Joint Forces Operational Command (COVI), in collaboration with public institutions, Red Cross and local voluntary organizations, without distinctions of ethnicity, religious belief or political orientation, aimed at promoting the development of the stability process of the area.