Tuesday, 7 November 2006
Serbia-NATO Group meets at Assembly House
The seventh meeting of the Serbia-NATO Defence Reform Group, organised by the Ministry of Defence of the Republic of Serbia, took place today at Assembly House.
The seventh meeting of the Serbia-NATO Defence Reform Group, organised by the Ministry of Defence of the
The meeting was opened by National Assembly Chairman, Predrag Markovic, who said that the fact that such a meeting was being held at Assembly House was an indication of ‘respect and readiness to hold a meeting devoted to reforming the defence system at the nation’s highest legislative and only constituent body.’ Markovic added that what
The introductory part of the event involved speeches by the Minister of Defence, Zoran Stankovic, the Assistant Minister for Defence Policy, Snezana Samardzic-Markovic, and NATO Director of Force Planning, Frank Boland.
The meeting aimed at providing an analysis of activities implemented so far by the Serbia-NATO Defence Reform Group, its results, and problems encountered in working tables.
The Serbia-NATO Defence Reform Group began working in February 2006 with the intention of accelerating and directing the process of reforming the defence system, and thus enabling