Safest Military Drivers in 2022

Wednesday, 5.4.2023 | News
Traditional awards were presented to the safest drivers in the Ministry of Defence and the Serbian Armed Forces in the previous year at the session of the Council for the Safety of Military Traffic Participants held today in the "Topčider" barracks in Belgrade.

Today, the Council considered the basic indicators of traffic safety in the Republic of Serbia and analyzed the results of the achievement of the goals outlined in the Strategy for the Safety of Military Traffic Participants for the period from 2022 to 2026.

In the category of non-commissioned officers, sergeant 1st class Goran Radosavljević from the 63rd Parachute Brigade was declared the safest driver, in the category of professional soldiers — Corporal Igor Hlatki from the 204th Aviation Brigade, while the safest driver among civilians was military employee Dragutin Majstorović from the 2nd Army Brigade. In the previous year, they traveled the most kilometers in military vehicles for the transport of passengers, dangerous goods in liquid form and outsize equipment, without traffic accidents or violations.

The best drivers in 2022 were awarded by the Deputy Chief of the Serbian Armed Forces General Staff, Lieutenant General Petar Cvetković, who is also the president of the Council for the Safety of Military Traffic Participants. Congratulating the award winners, General Cvetković pointed out that their attitude towards tasks and respect for laws, rules and regulations should serve as an example, not only for military drivers, but also for all other road users.

The Council for the Safety of Military Traffic Participants is an expert body that primarily deals with improving the safety of military drivers, and in addition to the most responsible officers of the traffic service of the Serbian Armed Forces, representatives of the Traffic Safety Agency, the Ministry of Interior, the Faculty of Traffic in Belgrade and Novi Sad Faculty of Technical Sciences also participate in its work.

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