Colonel ZORAN STOJKOVIC
Deputy Director of the Military Intelligence Agency

Date and Place of Birth
January 20, 1969, Novo Mesto, Slovenia


Education

  • General Staff professional development -National Defense University USA (2010);
  • General Staff School (2002);
  • Military Academy of the Army - Department of Infantry (1991);
  • Military High School (1987).

Duties

  • Defence Attaché of the Republic of Serbia in the Russian Federation (accredited on non-residential basis for Kazakhstan and Belarus);
  • Chief of the Division in the Analytical Department for monitoring of terrorism -Military Intelligence Agency;
  • Chief of Division for cooperation and coordination with foreign intelligence-security services - Military Intelligence Agency;
  • Desk-officer in the Military Intelligence Agency;
  • Lecturer at the Department for Military Intelligence Services at the National Defence School- Military Academy;
  • Commander of platoon and at the same time the teacher at Military Academy;
  • Duties of commander (platoon and company) in the infantry units.

Promotions

  • Colonel (2010);
  • Lieutenant Colonel (2006);
  • Major (2002);
  • Captain 1st Class (1998);
  • Captain (1995);
  • First Lieutenant (1992);
  • Second Lieutenant (1991).

Languages

  • English
  • Russian

Official contact
33, Knez Miloš Street, 11000 Belgrade
email: voa@mod.gov.rs

 

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