Tour of Serbian Armed Forces Units in Leskovac and Niš

Thursday, 14.7.2022 | Stories from Units
Today, Chief of the Serbian Armed Forces General Staff, General Milan Mojsilović, visited part of the units of the Training Command and the Central Logistics Base in the garrisons of Leskovac and Niš.

The tour began at the "Vojvoda Petar Bojović" barracks in Leskovac, where General Mojsilović attended the training of soldiers for military service in the Third Training Centrе, visited the refurbished facilities for the accommodation of people and equipment and inspected the dynamics of the implementation of works on the unexploded ordnance disposal.

At the end of the tour of the unit, the significance of which is reflected in the training of soldiers for military service and creating conditions for the development of the operational capabilities of military units, the professional component was informed about the main tasks at the strategic and operational level, plans for further improvement of capabilities and measures taken to improve the status and financial position of the Serbian Armed Forces personnel.

Later on, General Mojsilović visited the command and part of the units of the storage battalion of the Central Logistics Base in Niš, during which he inspected the capacities for the preservation and storage of food items and military equipment, transport capacities for the needs of units in this part of the country, as well as possibilities for the maintenance of ordnance, power equipment and installations.

After visiting the training center and the storage battalion, the Chief of the Serbian Armed Forces General Staff was satisfied with the progress achieved, which was visible in all areas of life and work. He particularly emphasized the commitment of professional members to their duties and calling, as well as the excellent results and motivation of soldiers serving their military service of the "June 2022" class, who are already showing interest in joining the ranks of professional members of the Serbian Armed Forces.

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