Serbia’s Deputy Prime Minister Nebojsa Stefanovic said in Moscow on Wednesday he signed two agreements on security issues with the Secretary of the Russian Security Council Nikolai Patrushev, the Beta news agency reported.
Interior Ministry in Belgrade said in a statement that one agreement dealt with the cooperation in fighting organised crime, while the other regulated counter-terrorism collaboration.
Stefanovic, also Serbia’s Interior Minister, said his country carefully watched “the flow of the migrants from the Middle East due to a danger of terrorists’ infiltration among them,” trying to reach Western Europe.
The Minister said Belgrade “has good results” in fighting drug trafficking.
Stefanovic will also meet the Russian Federation Prosecutor General Yuri Chaika.
Earlier, Serbia's secret service confirmed a Russian spy was filmed giving money to a man suspected to be a local agent.