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.

Vucevic attends display of new arms, military equipment at Nikinci

RUMA - Serbian Deputy PM and Defence Minister Milos Vucevic on Tuesday attended a display of new arms and military equipment and devices that are in the final stage of testing before being included in the Serbian Armed Forces' arsenal.

The display took place at the Nikinci centre for testing new arms and military equipment.

Serbian Army is ready: Aleksandar Vučić issued the command PHOTO

The final phase of training of members of the Serbian Armed Forces with newly introduced weapons and military equipment is being held in the Pasuljanska Livada military complex.
President Aleksandar Vui attends the target shooting.
The command for the start was issued by the President and Commander-in-Chief Aleksandar Vui.

Bulgaria’s PM will lead the Delegation to the NATO Summit

The government approved the composition of the Bulgarian delegation for the NATO Summit on July 11-12 in Vilnius. The delegation led by Prime Minister Nikolay Denkov includes Minister of Defense Todor Tagarev, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Tihomir Stoychev and Chief of Defense Admiral Emil Eftimov.

Rescue teams race to find submersible missing near Titanic wreck

The US Coast Guard said late Monday that its search for a missing submersible vessel near the Titanic wreck had been completed for the day, but that a national guard unit and the company operating the five-passenger underwater mission would continue scouring the surface overnight.