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Chief of General Staff from Serbia pays official visit to Romania

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The Chief of the General Staff of the Republic of Serbia, General Milan Mojsilovic, is currently paying an official visit to Romania, at the invitation of his counterpart, Daniel Petrescu, informs the Ministry of Defence, according to Agerpres.

The highly ranked military officials will analyze on this occasion the security situation, with an emphasis on maintaining stability and combating security threats in the Western Balkans region, and they will discuss military cooperation relations between the two armies.

The agenda of the Serbian official includes visits to the Southeast Multinational Corps Command and the Land Forces Academy in Sibiu, respectively to the headquarters of the 26th Infantry Battalion in Craiova.

Agerpres

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