Greek troops at work in FYROM

Greek soldiers look for the serial number on a weapon surrendered to NATO forces by ethnic Albanian rebels of the National Liberation Army before the gun is destroyed in Krivolak, 80 kilometers southeast of Skopje, yesterday. In Athens, Greek Prime Minister Costas Simitis and his French counterpart, Lionel Jospin, said that an international force should remain in the country after NATO’s mandate expires in October to help normalize the situation.

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