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The NATO Military Liaison Office Belgrade provides support for all press- and media-related inquiries in Serbia, working closely with the NATO Headquarters Press and Media Office, to provide timely responses. Please note that we can only answer queries from the media. Thank you for your kind understanding.


Serbia is deepening its political dialogue and cooperation with NATO on issues of common interest, with an important focus on support for democratic, institutional and defence reforms. To NATO, Serbia is a valued partner with NATO fully respecting Serbia's decision to be neutral. 

Together with Serbia, NATO is working on practical issues, such as the destruction of obsolete and dangerous munition and civilian preparedness, and Serbia is helping and providing support to NATO in some activities, such as medical training of Iraqi military medical personnel.

I am glad to say that through hard work and dedication, Serbia is promoting peace and stability in the Western Balkans

Supreme Allied Commander Europe General Tod D. Wolters

Partnerships: projecting stability through cooperation

The Allies seek to contribute to the efforts of the international community in projecting stability and strengthening security outside NATO territory. One of the means to do so is through cooperation and partnerships. Like with Serbia, the Alliance has developed a network of partnerships with non-member countries such as Austria, Finland, Switzerland, Australia and other partners across the globe. NATO pursues dialogue and practical cooperation with these nations on a wide range of political and security-related issues. NATO’s partnerships are beneficial to all involved and contribute to improved security for the broader international community.



General Wolters, SACEUR and General Mojsilović, SAF CHOD

Supreme Allied Commander Europe, General Tod Wolters was welcomed in Belgrade by General Mojsilovic Serbian Armed Forces Chief of General Staff. During his visit to Serbia, SACEUR met with the Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić confirming yet once again the important role Serbia and NATO have in promoting peace in the Western Balkans.

SACEUR General Wolters and Serbian President Vučić


Serbian President Vučić and NATO SG Stoltenberg

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg and Allies welcomed Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić to NATO Headquarters (15 November 2017) to discuss cooperation between the Alliance and Serbia, as well as the security challenges facing the Western Balkans. The Secretary General stressed that NATO’s partnership with Serbia can bring real benefits to its citizens and the Western Balkans.

Serbian President Vučić attending the NAC meeting alongside NATO Deputy SG Gottemoeller and NATO SG Stoltenberg

Mr. Stoltenberg underlined that NATO is committed to building a strong partnership with Serbia, while fully respecting the country’s neutrality. He stressed that “a strong, democratic and prosperous Serbia means more security and stability for the whole region”.

Serbian President Vučić attending the NAC meeting alongside NATO Deputy SG Gottemoeller and NATO SG Stoltenberg



Jens Stoltenberg NATO Secretary General and Aleksandar Vučić Serbian President at the joint civilian exercise "SRBIJA 18"

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg inaugurated the civil emergency exercise “SRBIJA 2018” together with the President of the Republic of Serbia, Aleksandar Vučić. ‎This was the biggest exercise organised by NATO's Euro-Atlantic Disaster Response Coordination Centre, and the first hosted by Serbia. It included around 2,000 personnel from almost 40 countries. 


The Regional Collective Training Event Planning Workshop in support of "Regional Exercise 18" took place in Belgrade, Serbia.

REGEX is a NATO-supported opportunity for partner countries to plan and conduct an exercise from beginning to end and is tailored to their specific training requirements. Serbia has taken the lead for REGEX 18 following Bosnia and Herzegovina (REGEX 16) and Jordan (REGEX 17) as Partner Nations. 

The Serbian Armed Forces aims on train and mentor exercise planners from partner nations (Partnership for Peace/PfP, Mediterranean Dialogue/MD, Istanbul Cooperation Initiative/ICI, Partners across the Globe /PatG) on planning and organizing, as well as conducting a Multinational Brigade level Exercise (REGEX) in accordance with NATO procedures and standards. The scenario for REGEX 18 has foreseen a NATO-led and UN-approved Peace Support Operation.  

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