Armed Forces of The Republic of Kosovo

The Armed Forces of the Republic of Kosovo (Albanian: Forcat e Armatosura të Republikës së Kosovës), or simply FARK or AFRK, was a paramilitary group in Kosovo and was created in 1998 as a military arm of the LDK, the main right-wing party in Kosovo, by Ibrahim Rugova and Bujar Bukoshi.

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Armed Forces Of The Republic Of Kosovo - FARK/LDK/ Vs. UÇK/PDK
... after the war, they were almost exclusively integrated into civilian Kosovo Protection Corps, the successor to the UÇK ... command structure and composition, and even the coat of arms of the Kosovo Protection Corps is essentially identical with the officially disbanded UÇK ... Some former UÇK members joined also to the Kosovo Police ...

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