National Security Council

Security situation stable despite challenges, threats - bureau

BELGRADE - The Serbian Bureau for Coordination of Security Services concluded on Monday the security situation in the country was stable despite numerous challenges and threats to national security and that all security services were working actively to eliminate any security risk to peace and stability in the country and the region and to Serbian citizens.

'Countries aiming to join NATO need to abide by alliance's spirit'

Greece's "provocative" actions, rhetoric and efforts for armament will not provide any benefit beyond increasing the tension in the region, a National Security Council (MGK) statement said on Jan. 25.

Türkiye will not allow any sort of fait accompli that targets its national security and interests, the council said following a meeting at the helm of President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan.

No ‘Johnson letter’ today

As the political crisis in Cyprus escalated in 1964, Turkey's National Security Council decided that it would invade the island and ordered preparatory actions. The United States immediately intervened and on June 5, 1964, president Lyndon B. Johnson sent a letter to Turkish premier Ismet Inonu to prevent the invasion.

Serbs from Kosovo and Metohija: If they start, we will respond accordingly

I received assurances that Serbia will always be with its people, said the representative of the Serb List.
According to Raki, Vui will address the media after the session of the National Security Council, which begins immediately after the meeting of the President of Serbia with Serbs from Kosovo and Metohija.

Crucial meeting with the Serbs from KiM, followed by the National Security Council

The National Security Council session is scheduled for 10:00 a.m., and prior to that, Aleksandar Vui will meet with the representatives of Serbs from Kosovo and Metohija, and that meeting is scheduled for 9:00 a.m.
After that, an address to the media is planned.

US: Iranian troops in Crimea backing Russian drone strikes

The White House said Thursday that Iranian troops are "directly engaged on the ground" in Crimea supporting Russian drone attacks on Ukraine's power stations and other key infrastructure, claiming it has troubling evidence of Tehran's deepening role assisting Russia as it exacts suffering on Ukrainian civilians just as the cold weather sets in.

Russia: The Truck involved in the Explosion of the Crimean Bridge left from Bulgaria

The President of Russia, Vladimir Putin, called the explosion of the Crimean bridge a terrorist attack, the perpetrators, guarantors and executors of which are the Ukrainian special services. The chairman of the Investigative Committee, Alexander Bastrykin, added that Russian citizens and foreign countries were involved in the organization of the attack.