Students of the Royal College of Great Britain visited Serbia
The students of the Royal College of Defence Studies (RCDS) from London, UK visited Serbia on their study tour of the region from 17 to 23 May. RCDS group of students is led by Major General Sebastian Roberts.
During a meeting with the State Secretary Tanja Miscevic, PhD the political and security situation in the region were presented as well as the regional cooperation and cooperation with international organizations, reform of the defence system and the involvement of MoD and SAF members in the multinational operations.
The commander of the Army of the Serbian Army Major General Milan Mojsilovic held a lecture to the attendees of the Royal College of Defence Studies in London.
The students of the Royal College of Defence Studies held several important meetings in the Foreign Ministry and Interior Ministry, while in Patriarchy of the Serbian Orthodox Church, they were received by the Serbian Patriarch Irinej.
During their stay in Serbia, students visited the factory "Zastava Arms" in Kragujevac, industrial facilities across the country and the cultural-historical and tourist sights.
The Balkan study tour for the students of the Royal College of Defence Studies in London includes a visit Bosnia, Serbia, Macedonia and Greece. The goal f the tour is to get a realistic picture of the security and political-economic aspects of the situation in the region which would serve as a basis for the preparation of final papers through a meeting with relevant representatives of these countries.