Serbian, Slovenian Defense Ministers Discuss Cooperation in Ljubljana | Beta Briefing

Serbian, Slovenian Defense Ministers Discuss Cooperation in Ljubljana

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Archive / News | 22.03.23 | access_time 17:17

Milos Vucevic, Marjan Sarac (BETAPHOTO/STA/Bostjan Podlogar)

The defense ministers of Serbia and Slovenia, Milos Vucevic and Marjan Sarec, discussed military and economic cooperation, the political and security situation and the war in Ukraine, in Ljubljana on March 22, stated the Serbian Defense Ministry.

Sarec underscored the importance of advancing the cooperation between Slovenia and Serbia, adding that “good cooperation and solidarity is particularly expressed in the case of natural disasters.” “Bilateral cooperation in the field of defense and military has already been run-in… primarily in military medicine, veterinary medicine, education and particular logistical segments, as well as cooperation in the training of units,” Sarec stated, adding that the Western Balkans was a strategically important region and that Slovenia’s foreign and security policy was directed to that very region.

The statement reads that other topics were mutual cooperation and assistance in natural disasters, participation of Slovenian troops in KFOR in Kosovo and Serbia’s European integration. “The subject is also the position of our states, bearing in mind that Slovenia is a NATO member and that Serbia is a neutral country that recognizes Ukraine in its internationally recognized borders,” Vucevic stated.

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