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« : 08 Enero 2012, 13:17:08 »

El ejercito actual de Serbia se fundo hace unos años tras la separación de Montenegro. Actualmente tiene aproximadamente 38000 efectivos, equipados con armamento, aunque en su mayoría de producción local, también utilizan equipos de fabricación occidental y europea. Actualmente en Serbia el servicio militar no es obligatorio, pero se estima que alrededor de 350000 serbios están en condiciones de pertenecer a las fuerzas de tierra o a la fuerza aérea.

La marina de guerra en Serbia es inexistente, aunque el ejercito tiene pequeñas embarcaciones para resguardar los ríos y lagos del país. Anteriormente Yugoslavia poseía una marina de guerra sofisticada, pero tras separarse Macedonia los yugoslavos perdieron sus ultimas salidas al mar, siendo vendidas las embarcaciones de gran calaje que poseían, conservando un numero elevado de lanchas patrulleras para el resguarde de las vías fluviales y los lagos.
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« Respuesta #1 : 08 Enero 2012, 13:19:58 »

Second rotation of SAF peacekeeprs return from the mission in Lebannon

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Serbian Army members who formed the second contingent of Serbian soldiers in the United Nations peacekeeping mission in Lebanon were welcomed yesterday 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, I. 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.
 
According to Major Trajkovic, Serbian team was satisfied with the achieved results and proved to be equal with other the members of other countries’ armed forces that participated in the mission. "We were deployed in the East sector, where we together with members of the Spanish armed forces were responsible for ensuring peace and to provide the Lebanese army of to establish legitimate control of the country, which is the main task of UNIFIL mission in that country," said Major Trajkovic.
 
Lt. Col. Igor Scepanovic, after whom this mission in East Timor and Liberia, the third part in the peacekeeping mission, led by the Serbian team in Lebanon and served as the overall command of the contingent, including disciplinary matters, unutrušnju organization and maintenance of order among the members. He pointed out that the mission passed peacefully and without any significant security threat, but is raising tension was obvious in the last two months of stay of our peacekeepers in the country zapadnoazijskoj.
 
"Despite everything, the UNIFIL mission in Lebanon, all seen as a factor of stability in the region, and therefore can be said that there was no significant change in the status of security. The third rotation of the Serbian soldiers in this mission yesterday officially took office, and will continue to perform dedicated tasks the next six months, "said Scepanovic.
 
Head of the Centre for Peacekeeping Operations said the participation of the Serbian army in peacekeeping missions in Lebanon, but also in other regions around the world as an important tool of foreign policy of Serbia and a component part of other missions of the Army of Serbia. In peacekeeping missions in Africa, the Middle East, Cyprus and Lebanon is currently 65 members of our armed forces, although, according to Colonel Radivojevic, planned for next year's substantial increase in the number of participants.
 
United Nations peacekeeping mission in the Republic of Lebanon was established in 1978, and members of the Serbian Armed Forces participate in it by December 2010
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« Respuesta #2 : 11 Enero 2012, 02:08:00 »

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« Respuesta #3 : 11 Enero 2012, 02:11:45 »

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« Respuesta #4 : 11 Enero 2012, 02:24:55 »

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« Respuesta #5 : 11 Enero 2012, 02:55:03 »

MoD Sutanovac: Participation of Serbian Army members in peacekeeping missions continue in 2012

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Minister of Defence Dragan Sutanovac said today that the equipment and weapons for the Serbian Army in 2012 will be purchased mostly from domestic firms, but also announced US donation in the form of 21 Hammer jeeps.

Sutanovac said in an interview to Tanjug news agency that the procurement for 2012 will include new trucks and uniforms.

He said that a modern Jeep will be developed with the factory "Zastava Trucks" that will be used by the Army and possibly by the police.

The American jeeps will be deployed in a special unit of the Serbian Army, which will then be the best-equipped unit of its kind in Europe.

Sutanovac announced continued participation in peacekeeping missions in 2012, as well as presentation of the Serbian Army forces but also a demonstration of political will to participate in resolving problems in the world.

He stated that there is a possibility that members of the Serbian defence system, within five UN peacekeeping missions, are deployed in southern Sudan, and also announced the possibility of increasing the number of our members in missions in Cyprus and Lebanon.

The stand-by arrangement that Serbia signed with the UN on its involvement in peacekeeping missions allows the UN to assess what the priority is and where the Serbian participation would be most useful, he said.

We are also talking with the EU and if they have some priorities, we will certainly analyse that and join those operations, he said.

Sutanovac also expressed the hope that the base "Jug" near Bujanovac, where several international exercises were organised past year, will turn into a regional training centre for participation in peacekeeping missions.

When it comes to cooperation with members of KFOR in Kosovo-Metohija, Sutanovac said that it is at a high level, adding that KFOR is still a factor of stability in the province.

We expect that the crisis that began in late July to be finally over and that KFOR returns within those frames defined by Resolution 1244 and Kumanovo agreement, the Minister said.
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« Respuesta #6 : 11 Enero 2012, 02:57:49 »

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« Respuesta #7 : 11 Enero 2012, 02:58:57 »

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« Respuesta #8 : 11 Enero 2012, 03:17:20 »

MISIONES DE PAZ DEL EJERCITO DE SERBIA

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En estos momentos hay 65 miembros del Ejército de Serbia que participan en cinco misiones de la  ONU en Congo, Liberia, Costa de Marfil, Líbano  y en Chipre, mientras que otros 40 se están preparando para participar en misiones de paz de la UE. Sobre estas misiones y sobre el trabajo del Centro de Operaciones de Paz del Ejército de Serbia habla para Radio Serbia Internacional el coronel del Centro de Operaciones de  Paz, Jelesije Radivojevic. Con él conversó Jelica Tapuskovic.

EL Ejército de Serbia participa desde el año 2000 en misiones de paz multinacionales y a partir de entonces está creciendo, de año en año, el número de miembros del Ejército  que participan en misiones. Gracias a sus conocimientos y habilidades ellos ayudan a los miembros de la ONU y de esa manera están dando su aporte a la paz en el mundo. Para un estado, la  participación en misiones  es beneficiosa, porque de esa manera adquiere cierto  prestigio en el mundo. En estos momentos los miembros del Ejército de Serbia participan en cinco misiones y en el próximo período 49 miembros más  se dirigirán a otras dos misiones. El jefe del Centro de Operaciones Pacificadoras del Ejército de Serbia, Jelesije Radivojevic, dijo para nuestra radio que los miembros del ejército que participan en dichas misiones tienen diferentes tareas que cumplir.

“En África, más preciso, en Liberia, nuestros miembros son observadores militares y están bajo el mando del comandante de las fuerzas, es decir ellos son los ojos y oídos de éste y se dedican a recopilar datos sobre la estabilización de la situación y sobre los existentes problemas. En Congo son médicos. Los oficiales y el equipo de sanidad ayudan a los miembros de la ONU especialmente en el este del país, donde la situación es bastante inestable en lo que respecta a la seguridad. A Chipre enviamos a oficiales de cuartel, a observadores  militares, patrullas y a miembros de la infantería cuya tarea es el control de la seguridad y el control de la paz y de la tregua entre los griegos chipriotas y las fuerzas armadas de Turquía, los que efectuaron la invasión el año 1974. En el Líbano apoyan a  las fuerzas de seguridad, especialmente en el sector este”, dijo Radivojevic.

En las misiones los miembros del Ejército se turnan cada seis meses, o, cada año, en dependencia de la tarea que están realizando. Nuestro interlocutor destacó que también hay mujeres muy interesadas en participar en operaciones de paz.

“En estos momentos en el equipo que se está preparando para participar en la misión en Líbano hay cuatro mujeres, dijo Radivojevic.

El Gobierno y la Asamblea de Serbia son los que deciden en qué misión van a participar, mientras que el Ejército se ocupa de su adiestramiento. Radivojevic destacó que se respetan los reglamentos a la hora de elegir a los miembros, y también  para  la preparación, adiestramiento, y envío de los mismos a la misión. El principal adiestramiento tiene lugar en la base militar “Sur” en el sur de Serbia, mientras que los cursos y seminarios se  realizan en el Centro de Operaciones Pacificadoras de Belgrado. Según  sus palabras, los miembros del ejército que forman parte de las misiones tienen que afrontar diferentes desafíos, corre  peligro su seguridad, su salud, especialmente en los países africanos.

Con una parte de los gastos en las misiones  corre el estado, mientras que la otra la cubren los fondos de las Naciones Unidas. Radivojevic destacó que de la suma de dinero de la que se dispone depende si se van a usar equipos y técnica propios también depende el precio de la participación en misiones, y añadió que los miembros del Ejército reciben varia veces premios para su participación en las misiones.
 
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« Respuesta #9 : 17 Enero 2012, 01:46:50 »

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« Respuesta #10 : 17 Enero 2012, 03:45:07 »

Meeting of Chiefs of General Staffs of the Serbian Armed Forces and the Armed Forces of Croatia

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Serbian Armed Forces Chief of General Staff, Lieutenant General Ljubisa Dikovic met today with Chief of General Staff of the Armed Forces of Croatia, Lieutenant General Drago Lovric, in Morovic. This is the first official meeting of the two generals.

Generals Dikovic and Lovric discussed the possibilities for improving cooperation between the Serbian Armed Forces and the Armed Forces of the Republic of Croatia, especially in the field of nuclear-biological-chemical defence, logistics, training and education of personnel.

Cooperation between Serbia and Croatia in the field of defence has been intensified since the second half of the year 2010, and this cross-border meeting is a good opportunity for its further improvement.

General Dikovic expressed his conviction that active international military cooperation with the armed forces of neighbouring countries, carried out by the Serbian Ministry of Defence and the Serbian Armed Forces in accordance with the interests of the Republic of Serbia, contributes to the development of good neighbourly relations, creating an atmosphere of mutual trust and strengthening security in the region.

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« Respuesta #11 : 15 Marzo 2012, 04:51:58 »

NEW APPOINTMENTS AND PROMOTIONS IN THE MINISTRY OF DEFENCE AND SAF

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« Respuesta #12 : 15 Marzo 2012, 04:52:52 »

MEETING OF CHIEF OF SAF GENERAL STAFF AND KFOR COMMANDER

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Chief of Serbian Armed Forces General Staff Lieutenant General Ljubiša Diković met today with the KFOR Commander Major General Erhard Drevs.
First official meeting of two generals since the appointment of General Diković as Chief of SAF General Staff in December 2011, took place in the „South“ base near Bujanovac.

It was the high level meeting of Military Technical Agreement Joint Implementation Comision, which consists of KFOR JIC and Comission representativies of the security forces of the Republic of Serbia.
Generals Diković and Drevs discussed about security in the region and in Kosovo and Metohija.
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« Respuesta #13 : 15 Marzo 2012, 04:53:36 »

BELGRADE CENTER FOR SECURITY POLICY VISITS THE 1ST TRAINING CENTER IN POZAREVAC

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A group of 15 journalists visited the First Training Center in Pozarevac in the organization of the Belgrade Centre for Security Policy, as a continuation of a two-day training seminar "Responsible reporting and gender-equal security sector."

Welcoming the guests, the Acting Commander of the Training Center in Pozarevac Army Colonel Dusko Sljivancanin gave a presentation of the centre saying that its main task was training non-commissioned officers, professional soldiers, and soldiers on voluntary military service, including the members of fairer sex.

- As a sort of an old school officer I did have prejudice against women in the military, but I no longer, have them, because in practice they proved as responsible in the performance of all duties, and some even outdid their male counterparts-Colonel Sljivancanin said, noting that the Centre includes ten percent of women in uniform.

He pointed out that the physical training is the same for both sexes, but that the regular check standards have been adapted to women, while professional training is the same for all.

- We are equal with colleagues in all tasks placed before us, and perhaps even more is expected of us women - said Lt. Jasna Pesic, who is a resident doctor with the centre and is one of two women officers in the Centre.

Researcher of the Centre for Security Policy Maja Bjelos said that journalists who attended the course were covering the topic about women in the security in order to stress their contribution.

- I am convinced that after this visit the media will be even more willing to change the image of women in the security sector, although a lack of specialized journalists for reporting about the sector is still a major problem - said researcher Bjelos, one of the organizers of the Belgrade Centre for Security Policy.

The idea of the course was that through discussions and workshops journalists from print and electronic media are acquainted with the sector, and for responsible reporting on women and men who are employed or in training at these institutions. Study visits to institutions of security allowed them to learn more about the issue of access to information, confidential information, but also the challenges faced by employees in the sector, particularly women.

Training and study visits are one of the activities under the project Supporting Implementation of the National Action Plan for the implementation of UNSC Resolution 1325 in Serbia - Women, Peace and Security.
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« Respuesta #14 : 15 Marzo 2012, 04:54:16 »

SAF CHOD LTG DIKOVIC VISITED THE MILITARY TECHNICAL INSTITUTE

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Serbian Army Chief of Staff Lieutenant-General Ljubisa Dikovic with members of the extended Collegium visited the Military Technical Institute in Zarkovo. The visit was attended by Assistant Minister for Material Resources Ilija Pilipovic.

After a welcome address by the Director of the Military Technical Institute (VTI) Colonel Zoran Rajic, representatives of General Staff visited several departments and laboratories of the Institute. The guests were presented the capacities of the trisonic aerial tunnel and T-38 subsonic aerial tunnel T-35 in the Department of Experimental Aerodynamics, then they visited the laboratory for textile, leather and footwear sector in the materials and protection, while the current projects - the armament and military equipment – on which the Military Technical Instituteis working on at the moment, were presented to them in an assembly.

After the tour Colonel Zoran Rajic gave a presentation on the overall capacities of the Institute. The present were then addressed by Assistant Minister for Material Resources Ilija Pilipovic, who in his speech emphasized the importance of cooperation between the Serbian Army General Staff and the Military Technical Institute.

Further on during the visit, Major General doc. Dr. Danko Jovanovic, Head of Logistics, prof. Mitar Kovac, Head of Planning and Development and Radivoj Vukobradovic, Chief of Telecommunications and Informatics shared their impressions with the present.

At the end of the visit, the Serbian Army Chief of Staff Lieutenant-General Ljubisa Dikovic gave an expose. He pointed out that defense system and this country need VTI, because, he said, the Army and the defense cannot succeed without the development of military research and science.

He noted with satisfaction that VTI had made progress in every sense - both organizational and technical - and that its management has a clear vision.

- I expect you to strengthen the army, to supply it with the equipment it objectively needs and to make sure that today we have an army that would know to use everything in the best possible way, of course, hoping that this armaments may never be used in practice. We have a good army, good officers, we have a good system, we are set on the right track towards progress, but our Military Technical Institute is also very good, said general Dikovic.
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