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Agim Çeku, one of the primary leaders of the Kosovars during the Kosovo War, wearing the uniform as befit his position as commander of the civilian Kosovo Protection Corps, the successor to the Kosovo Liberation Army following the end of hostilities in mid-1999. The KPC was disbanded following the declaration of independence by Kosovo, and the establishment of the Kosovo Security Force.
Çeku had fought in the Croatian military during their war of independence and resigned in early 1999 to take the position of Chief of Staff of the KLA, where he immediately took to reorganizing the force into a more conventional military structure. He later went on to serve as Prime Minister of Kosovo.
Although Serbia accused Çeku of war crimes against civilians during the Kosovo War, the International Tribunal declined to issue an indictment.

Agim Çeku, one of the primary leaders of the Kosovars during the Kosovo War, wearing the uniform as befit his position as commander of the civilian Kosovo Protection Corps, the successor to the Kosovo Liberation Army following the end of hostilities in mid-1999. The KPC was disbanded following the declaration of independence by Kosovo, and the establishment of the Kosovo Security Force.

Çeku had fought in the Croatian military during their war of independence and resigned in early 1999 to take the position of Chief of Staff of the KLA, where he immediately took to reorganizing the force into a more conventional military structure. He later went on to serve as Prime Minister of Kosovo.

Although Serbia accused Çeku of war crimes against civilians during the Kosovo War, the International Tribunal declined to issue an indictment.



Agim Çeku, one of the primary leaders of the Kosovars during the Kosovo War, wearing the uniform as befit his position as commander of the civilian Kosovo Protection Corps, the successor to the Kosovo Liberation Army following the end of hostilities in mid-1999. The KPC was disbanded following the declaration of independence by Kosovo, and the establishment of the Kosovo Security Force.

Çeku had fought in the Croatian military during their war of independence and resigned in early 1999 to take the position of Chief of Staff of the KLA, where he immediately took to reorganizing the force into a more conventional military structure. He later went on to serve as Prime Minister of Kosovo.

Although Serbia accused Çeku of war crimes against civilians during the Kosovo War, the International Tribunal declined to issue an indictment.


   
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