Currently, 143 members of the Armed Forces of Serbia are deployed in the UNIFIL Mission on Lebanon. Their task is to watch, monitor and maintain the ceasefire between Israel and Lebanon and to normalize living conditions, which is to conduct projects of civilian-military cooperation and to provide medical aid to local residents.
Editor-in-Chief of the MoD magazine Odbrana Radenko Mutadzic talked to General Frank Grass, Chief of the US National Guard Bureau, during his recent stay in Belgrade, Serbia
A ceremony on the occasion of sending off the members of the Infantry Company of the 21st Infantry Battalion of the 2nd Army Brigade into the UN UNIFIL mission to Lebanon held in the “Stefan Nemanja" barracks in Raska, Serbia.
An EU Naval Force Autonomous Vessel Protection Detachment (AVPD) handover ceremony was held in Djibouti between Lithuanian and Serbian Forces, on Saturday 1 December.
A ceremony on the occasion of sending off 130 members of the SAF infantry company into the UN UNIFIL mission to Lebanon there has been in the Nis Barracks “Knjaz Mihailo“, 4th November.
The ceremony was attended by the Minister of Defence of the Republic of Serbia Nebojsa Rodic, Head of General Staff of the Serbian Armed Forces General Ljubisa Dikovic, Episcope Jovan and other guests.
At the Nis military airport Serbian peacekeepers from the mission "UNIFIL" in Lebanon were welcomed. The welcoming ceremony was attended by Commander of the Army Lieutenant General Aleksandar Zivkovic, commander of the Third Army Brigade Commander Brigadier General Zelimir Glisović, commander of the Peacekeeping Operations Center Colonel Milivoje Pajovic, including relatives and friends of members of the platoon of the Third Brigade of the Army.
In the "South" base, the members of the Serbian Armed Forces that will participate in multinational operations in Cyprus and Lebanon have been officially seen off. Chief of General Staff of the Serbian Armed Forces General Ljubisa Dikovic handed the flags of the Republic of Serbia to platoon leaders Major Ljubomir Punic and Captain Milos Todorovic, greeted all the members of the military heading to peacekeeping mission and wished them luck in carrying out this important task.
Delegation of the Ministry of Defence of the Republic of Serbia, headed by the State Secretary Zoran Djordjevic, visited the European Defence Agency in Brussels. The visit to the Agency was held in the framework of negotiations regarding the agreements on administrative cooperation between the Defence Ministry and the agency states. The meeting was attended by the top management of the Agency, headed by Executive Director Claude-France Arnaudt.
Group of students of General Staff School and the Command and Staff School were a four-day trip to Sicily, with the aim to study the allied joint operation "Husky" which started landing forces in Sicily on 9 July 1943.
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.
In the capital of Italy, Rome, on 30 January 2012, with the sounds of St. Sava anthem the manifestation "A month of Serbian culture in Rome" closed.
The Museum of Roman civilization was packed with visitors- in which during the past month the Italian audience had the opportunity to see our with cultural heritage, history, art, music and literature Serbia - Tonight has served as a stage to celebrate the day of the first Serbian educator.
The most important thing for each army is to know how to carry out its mission and objectives and to be able to carry them out, therefore the issue of operational capability is essential. That is why for SAF when choosing partners for cooperation with other armed forces , the main priorities are training, personnel training, joint exercises and exchange of experience in multinational operations. Joint exercises in the field play a crucial role where it becomes obvious that all soldiers "speak the same language."
Members of the search and rescue team of the 63rd Parachute Battalion of the Army of Serbia were evacuated Branislav Kocic ho has been in Ostrozub village covered in snow On Cemernik to Ruplje village, and then to the Center for Emergency Situations in Leskovac.
Serbian Army members who formed the second contingent of Serbian soldiers in the United Nations peacekeeping mission in Lebanon were welcomed on 3 January 2012. at the Belgrade airport "Nikola Tesla" by the Head of the Centre for Peacekeeping Operations of the General Staff Colonel Jelesije Radivojevic, as well as their family and friends. Lt. Col. Igor Scepanovic, Majors Stevan Raseta, Ivica Trajkovic and Srdjan Bulatovic and captain Slavko Djukic returned to Serbia after a six-month stay in Lebanon, where they were assigned as staff officers.
Defence Minister Dr. Imre Szekeres and Dragan Sutanovac, Minister of Defence of Serbia signed a bilateral defence cooperation agreement between the Republic of Hungary and Serbia on 22 March in Belgrade. The bilateral agreement comprises 17 articles which provide a framework for the joint training of the two nation’s military units as well as for cooperation in joint control of airspace, EOD and disaster relief operations.