All 4,800 NATO servicemen who participated in the operation Essential Harvest on disarmament of Albanian militants, have left Macedonia, NATO Spokesman Tim Dunne said in Skopje. According to him, members of the so-called National Liberation Army, the Albanian illegal armed formation, handed over approximately 4,000 pieces of small arms over 30 days of the aforementioned operation. Terrorists have been officially disarmed that might be considered as a reason for the return of about 70,000 Macedonian refugees who fled from the Northern regions of the country occupied by Albanian terrorists. Meanwhile, a new NATO operation Amber Fox has been completely manned with 1,000 servicemen. The objective of the new NATO operation is ensuring security of international observer missions which will be monitoring the return of Macedonian refugees to their homes. According to Tim Dunne, Western military have already arrived at the operation zone.
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