Serbian Chief of Staff General Milan Mojsilovic met in Moscow with his Russian counterpart Valeriy Vasilyevich Gerasimov to discuss the global and regional political and security situation, with focus on Kosovo, the Defense Ministry said in a press release on Monday.
The two generals also discussed promoting bilateral military cooperation as well as current activities, it said.
Mojsilovic is quoted as thanking Gerasimov for Russia’s help in preserving Serbia’s sovereignty and territorial integrity and the help of its armed forces in combatting the coronavirus pandemic in April and May this year “in conditions when the Russian people were themselves endangered by the virus”.
“The Army of Serbia (VS) Chief of Staff stressed especially the aid from the Russian Federation in equipping the VS with modern military equipment and training our flight and technical personnel on Russian-made aircraft,” the press release said.
Mojsilovic also spoke highly of this years International Military Games, adding that the VS is thinking about competing to organize one of the disciplines.
The Serbian military has sent personnel to compete in several disciplines at the games which are being held in Russia and Belarus.