There are sources who cite Russia`s role in the immediate resolution of the agreement. There was a statement about a meeting between Russian Foreign Minister Igor Ivanov and US Secretary of State Madeleine Albright. An initial agreement was reached between the two sides, with NATO`s commitment to cease its airstrikes and a desire to remove a passage it wished to include in the Kumanovo agreement in exchange for Russian support for an upcoming UN resolution agreed by the Group of Eight.  Without Russia`s participation, the UN Security Council resolution on Kosovo would not have been adopted and NATO airstrikes would have continued.  Prior to the Kumanovo Agreement, there was a flood of negotiations not only between Yugoslavia and Serbia, but also between NATO and Russia. Despite the initial agreement, for example on a timetable for the withdrawal of Serb forces in Kosovo, NATO`s allied force was still ongoing until the full withdrawal of Serb troops was completed.  The main provisions of the agreement should allow the map and agreement to be fully respected without changing the administrative line 1974-1988-1999 – 2008 and the border marked and signed in Vienna by the State Commission. On June 10, 1999, the Security Council adopted Resolution 1244 (1999), on the basis of the g-8 principles set out in Chapter VII, which authorized the admission of Kosovo under the auspices of the United Nations – Creation of an International Civilian Presence – United Nations Provisional Administration Mission in Kosovo (UNMIK), see United Nations Security Council Resolution 1244 of 10. June 1999, available on www.un.org/Docs/scres/1999/sc99.htm chronology of Kosovo`s freedom www.un.org/Docs/scres/1999/sc99.htm until UNMIK`s placement: – 3 June 1999, NATO agreement with FRY security forces – 5 June – G8 foreign ministers reached agreement on draft resolution on Kosovo for the UN Security Council and THE EU Special Representative at a meeting in Cologne on 8 June 1999 Envoy Ahtisaari met in Beijing with the Chinese President and the Chinese Foreign Minister. – – 9 June 1999, after 78 days of air offensive and under pressure from Russia, Serbia accepted the terms of the ceasefire and the military-technical agreement was signed – 10 June 1999, the UN Security Council approved Resolution 1244. The documents adopted have full power and are absolutely mandatory for Kosovo, since the agreement and the map are on the table of decision-makers during this period.
The text of the agreement is quoted and the map is attached below. UN Security Council Resolution 1244 of 10 June 1999, available on www.un.org/Docs/scres/1999/sc99.htm. Registration in Appendix 1 of UN Security Council Resolution 1244, a. One of the main themes of the post-war period was the security of citizens and border security. In accordance with Resolution 1244 and the Kumanovo Technical Military Agreement in Kosovo, international security forces, KFOR, are established, which are required to give a secure mandate to all citizens of Kosovo, while controlling and monitoring Kosovo`s borders and creating a space for the creation of international organizations in Kosovo.