Serbia, however, has said it will never recognize the secession, and retained de facto control over the Serb north - an ethnic partition that frequently flares into violence and has frustrated NATO hopes of cutting back its now 6,000-strong Kosovo peacekeeping force.
What does KFOR stand for?
KFOR stands for Kosovo Peacekeeping Force
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
See other definitions of KFOR
- Kingdom of Fife Orienteers (Dunfermline, Fife, Scotland, UK)
- Kukla, Fran and Ollie (TV show)
- Kentuckiana Football Officials Association (Louisville, KY)
- Kyoto Forest Owners Association (New Zealand)
- Kaiser-Francis Oil Company (Tulsa, OK)
- Kidney Foundation of Canada
- Kingston Friends of the Earth (environmental group; UK)
- Kerala Federation of Obstetrics and Gynecology (India)
- Ken Freeman Outdoor Promotions (Eufaula, AL)
- Kosovo Forces (NATO)
- Kosova Foundation for Open Society
- Koninklijk Filharmonisch Orkest van Vlaanderen (Dutch: Royal Philharmonic Orchestra of Flanders; The Netherlands)
- Koninklijke Fanfare Onafhankelijkheid Wiekevorst (Dutch: Royal Fanfare Independence Wiekevorst)
- Kentucky Fried Panda (The Simpsons)
- Kentucky Fried Pheonix
- Kerns, Frost and Pearlman, LLC (Illinois)
- Khmer Front Party (est. 2003; Cambodia)
- Kiara Fried Phoenix (fast food)
- Kids' Fishing Pond (South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks)
- Killing for Pleasure (computer game)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Earlier, two convoys of at least 100 armed transport vehicles, trucks and dredges of the Kosovo peacekeeping forces (KFOR) moved towards the Brnjak border crossing into Serbia.
MY COMPANY is part of the Kosovo peacekeeping force working just south of Pristina.
Meanwhile, the Kosovo peacekeeping force KFOR revealed yesterday a family of 11 had been massacred.
The Russians will be incorporated into a Kosovo peacekeeping force that will eventually total more than 50,000 troops.