Balkans | Serbia increases the number of special unit soldiers from 1,500 to 5,000

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Balkans |  Serbia increases the number of special unit soldiers from 1,500 to 5,000

Serbian Minister of Defense Milos Vucevic announced that the number of soldiers in the special units of the Serbian army will be increased from 1,500 to 5,000 under the instructions of President Aleksandar Vucic.

Via his Instagram account, Vucevic said that Vucic assigned him to the Serbian Chief of General Staff, Milan Mojilović, on the matter.

Vucic said, “Vucic wanted us to recruit 5,000 non-commissioned officers and officers in the Serbian army, who have undergone the latest training, have the latest weapons and military equipment, and are ready to defend their homeland and perform any mission over our country at any time.” He said.

Recalling that the soldiers concerned will be strong enough to face all the challenges Serbia faces, Vucevic said, “These 5,000 soldiers, who will undergo special training, are a powerful punch that will smash those who have bad intentions and goals, those who do not love our country and those who want to harm our people and our nation.” .it will be.” He said.

Vucevic stated that the soldiers who will serve in the special units will enjoy better conditions until the end of 2023.

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