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Participation of Ambassador M. Udovički at 60th anniversary of NATO SPS Programme

Brussels, 4 December 2018 - A special event was organised at NATO HQ on 29 November to celebrate the 60th anniversary of NATO's Science for Peace and Security (SPS). The attendees were addressed by DSG NATO Rose Gottemoeller, SPS Section Head dr. Deniz Beten and ASG for Emerging Security Challenges Dr. Antonio Missiroli, as well as by the ambassadors of member states and partners that have established significant cooperation in the framework of this program. In his address, the Ambassador of Serbia Miomir Udovički pointed out that the Republic of Serbia has a very successful cooperation and realization of projects through the SPS program. He emphasized the importance of this program for young scientists from Serbia and the improvement of the technical and technological conditions for their work. He also emphasized that during the recent civil exercise "Serbia 2018" in Mladenovac two scientific projects were presented in the field of telemedicine and "Next Generation Incident Command Center" (NICS). A special exhibition was organised at NATO HQ with several prototypes, including of a system for detecting in real-time traces of explosives at airports, metro and railway stations, led by Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, the Republic of Serbia and Ukraine.

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