Serbia, Croatia to Cooperate in Military Exercises

Serbia and Croatia will begin conducting joint military exercises if an agreement is ratified by the countries’ two respective governments, Serbian Justice Minister Snezana Malovic said today.

Elaborating on the document before Serbian MPs, Malovic said today that the agreement opens possibilities for conducting joint military exercises.

According to the agreement, the defence cooperation between Serbia and Croatia will be realised through official visits of two of the countries’ representatives, in meetings, seminars,participation in joint military exercises and other means of cooperation.

The agreement defines the main goals and principles on which the two countries’ defence cooperation would be based, with a view to facilitating the development of bilateral relations as a whole.

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