Military

Whoever does not report to the army will be sanctioned

However, that would only be the beginning because a public debate will follow, and in the end, the decision must be made by the National Assembly because a change in the law is also necessary.
"We will explain to the president why we believe that the suspension of mandatory military service should be abolished," Minister Milo Vuevi said earlier.

Vucevic: State of affairs in army to be presented on January 30

BELGRADE - Serbian Deputy PM and Defence Minister Milos Vucevic said on Thursday an annual presentation of the state of affairs in the Serbian Armed Forces would be given on January 30, when a report will be presented to the president of Serbia by the military top brass and the Ministry of Defence.

Vucevic: State of affairs in the army to be presented on January 30

BELGRADE - Serbian Deputy PM and Defence Minister Milos Vucevic said on Thursday an annual presentation of the state of affairs in the Serbian Armed Forces would be given on January 30, when a report will be presented to the president of Serbia by the military top brass and the Ministry of Defence.

With the right wage

Greece has invested many billions of euros in the procurement of new weapons. All this will not achieve much if we have these very expensive next-generation systems but not the staff to support them - staff who must be highly trained and paid on a par with the private sector. 

Mandatory Military Service Reconsidered in Croatia Amid Regional Changes

Croatia is actively exploring the possibility of reintroducing mandatory military service, signaling a potential shift in the country's security strategy. Veterans Minister Tomo Medved disclosed that the proposal is in its early stages, with a concrete plan for training young individuals yet to be presented.

Vucevic: Suspension of compulsory military service to be lifted

BELGRADE - Serbian Defence Minister Milos Vucevic announced on Thursday the Serbian Armed Forces General Staff would submit an initiative to the president of Serbia as commander-in-chief and the parliament to abolish a decision to suspend compulsory military service.

The move would reinstate the law on compulsory military service, Vucevic told Happy TV.

Serbia restores mandatory military service?; The Ministry of Defense issued statement

More precisely, they will launch an initiative to reactivate the law that defines mandatory military service.
Vucevic said that such military service should last up to 4 months, and it can be shorter, but that will only be seen when the length of the training is assessed, but it will certainly not be a year or even six months long.

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