A NATO helicopter made an emergency landing at Zakynthos airport on Sunday night due to a mechanical problem.
The helicopter, carrying British soldiers, was flying from Italy to NATOs naval base at Souda Bay, Crete.
None of the passengers was injured.
No reaction from NATO about announcements of "Kosovo army"
PRIŠTINA -- NATO has not officially commented on announcements made in Priština that the "Kosovo armed forces" would be formed, writes Koha Ditore.
Two Serbian Army officers went on trial in Belgrade, accused of killing at least 27 Kosovo Albanian civilians including a four-year-old boy during the conflict in 1999.
The assembly on Monday will discuss the proposals put forward by the Sarajevo plenum, one of several public forums set up by protesters across the country to advance political demands arising from the recent nationwide demonstrations.
Serbia's Electoral Commisssion, RIK, told BIRN that early parliamentary elections due on March 16 will be organized also in the former province of Kosovo.
"There will be three members of the committee at each polling station in Kosovo and ballots will be taken for counting at voting centres in Vranje and Raska [in Serbia]," the RIK said.