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Deputy Secretary General stresses value of NATO-Serbia partnership in visit to Belgrade

Belgrade, 23 June 2017 - Deputy Secretary General Rose Gottemoeller underlined that NATO remains committed to the Western Balkans and to building a strong partnership with Serbia during a visit to Belgrade on Friday (23 June 2017).

Ms. Gottemoeller is visiting Serbia for the inauguration ceremony of President Aleksander Vučić. Meeting with President Vučić, the Deputy Secretary General highlighted that Serbia is key for regional stability in the Western Balkans.

The two leaders also discussed cooperation between the Alliance and Serbia, as well as the security challenges facing the Western Balkans.

The Deputy Secretary General welcomed Serbia’s offer to host NATO’s Euro-Atlantic Disaster Response Coordination Centre (EADRCC) exercise in 2018. She stressed that Serbia is making important contributions to regional and international security.

The Deputy Secretary General will also meet with the Prime Minister-designate, Ana Brnabić, and Acting Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs, Ivica Dačić. -


Serbia’s partnership with NATO considerably improved

Belgrade, 5 April 2017 – Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic received a congratulations letter from NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg on the occasion of his election as President of the Republic of Serbia.

"I cordially congratulate you on your election as President of the Republic of Serbia and I wish you every success in carrying out your new responsibility. The function that you will assume carries significant political influence and moral authority.

You are obviously the right person for this important role in a time full of challenges for Serbia and the wider Western Balkans. In the past few years, thanks to your leadership, partnership of Serbia with NATO has been significantly improved with visible results in many areas and full respect for Serbia's neutrality and its balanced foreign policy.

I have no doubts that you will continue to work on establishing closer cooperation with the NATO alliance to the mutual benefit. It would be my great honour and pleasure to invite you to visit the NATO headquarters in the capacity of the President of the Republic of Serbia” -  reads the congratulations letter of Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg.


Statement by the NATO Secretary General on the Kosovo Security Force (KSF)

Brussels, 8 March 2017 - Today, I have spoken to Hashim Thaci and Isa Mustafa to convey the serious concerns of NATO Allies about recent proposals by the Kosovo authorities to transform the Kosovo Security Force (KSF) into an armed force, without a constitutional change.

I made clear that unilateral steps such as these are unhelpful, and I urged the Kosovo authorities to remain in close contact with Belgrade.

In recent years, NATO has supported the development of the KSF as a professional, increasingly multi-ethnic force. The structure, mandate and mission of the KSF are a matter for local Kosovo institutions in accordance with their constitutional law.

However, should the mandate of the KSF now evolve in the way proposed, NATO will have to review its level of commitment, particularly in terms of capacity-building.  I made this clear during my visit to Kosovo in February and I reiterated it in my telephone conversations today.  

I remain in close contact with my counterparts in the European Union.


Advanced Security and Defence Studies participants study visit to Brussels

Brussels, 1 March 2017 - The 6th class of participants in Advanced Security and Defence Studies (ASDS) of the Serbian MoD Military Academy visited Brussels from 27 February to 1 March 2017 within the framework of study visits to the EU and NATO institutions.

The ASDS participants were received by ambassador Miomir Udovički, Head of the Mission of the Republic of Serbia to NATO, ambassador Ana Hrustanović, Head of the Mission of the Republic of Serbia to the EU and Vesna Arsić, Ambassador of the Republic of Serbia to the Kingdom of Belgium.

During their study visit to NATO HQ, ASDS students were received by NATO DSG Rose Gottemoeller. They also visited Mission of the Republic of Serbia to NATO and participated in a panel discussion dedicated to the NATO relations with the Western Balkans countries.

VIDEO -  Media coverage of the ASDS study tour to Brussels by Radio Television of Serbia (Official RTS YouTube Channel) 

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