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The Ambassador of the Republic of Serbia visits the Military Intelligence Agency

08. 06. 2015

Belgrade, 8th June, 2015

His Excellency the Ambassador of the Republic of Serbia in the Russian Federation Slavenko Terzic, Ph. D. visited the Military Intelligence Agency on 8th June and held the lecture to the Agency’s members about the Serbian-Russian relations.

The Ambassador Terzic spoke about the current regional and global security challenges and threats. He assessed that the Serbian-Russian relations are traditionally good and promising. The ambassador Terzic commented on the international position and role of the Republic of Serbia and the Russian Federation in the international fight against terrorism.

On the behalf of the MIA the Ambasador Terzic was greeted by the Deputy Director of the Military Intelligence Agency, Colonel Zoran Stojkovic who expressed gratitude to the ambassador for his assistance and help during the participation of the echelon of the Serbian Armed Forces on the Victory Day Parade which took place on the 9th May, 2015

The Ambassador Terzic was the director of the Institute of History of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts from 1987 to 2002. He was also the president of the Serbian Literary Cooperative from 2002 to 2005. At the end of 2012 he was appointed as the ambassador of the Republic of Serbia in Moscow.

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