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Military cooperation between Russia and Serbia reaching a whole new level

BELGRADE, (BM) – Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said that Russia will try to maintain the pace of military cooperation with Serbia, learned BulgarianMilitary.com.

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“The interaction between the defense departments of Russia and Serbia has reached a fundamentally new level. For our part, we will make every effort to maintain the momentum in the development of relations in the military sphere,” Shoigu said during a meeting with his Serbian counterpart Alexander Vulin in Belgrade, RIA Novosti reports.

He expressed gratitude to the Serbian Minister for the development of cooperation between the states in the military sphere.

“One cannot fail to note the serious work done by the leadership of the republic and you personally in recent years to improve the security system and increase the country’s defense capability,” the head of the Russian military department emphasized.

He noted that a strong army guarantees the sovereignty of the state.

“Serbian citizens can rightfully be proud of their armed forces,” summed Shoigu.

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Recall that the Minister of Defense of Russia, Army General Sergei Shoigu, is on a working visit to Belgrade. It was noted that Shoigu and Wulin will discuss regional security and issues of military and military-technical cooperation.

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