17 October 2011, 17:25

Russia, Serbia to open emergency center

Russia, Serbia to open emergency center

The creation of a Russian-Serbian humanitarian center in the Serbian city of Nis will help to more effectively cope with emergency situations not only in the Balkans, but in the whole European Union as well, Russia’s Minister for Emergency Situations Sergey Shoygu believes.

The creation of a Russian-Serbian humanitarian center in the Serbian city of Nis will help to more effectively cope with emergency situations not only in the Balkans, but in the whole European Union as well, Russia’s Minister for Emergency Situations Sergey Shoygu believes.

“Emergency situations demand mutual help,” Mr. Shoygu said during his meeting with Serbia’s Minister of the Interior Ivica Dacic

In his turn, Mr. Dacic said that his country would appreciate Russia’s help in restoring the Serbian economy, seriously damaged by a war between local nationalities and NATO’s bombings in 1990s

(RIAN)

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