Military Medical Cooperation between Serbia and Norway
24. 06. 2008
Belgrade, June 24 - The delegation of the Serbian MoD led by the head of the Military Medical Academy Maj.Gen. Prof. Miodrag Jevtić, MD, PhD went to Norway to attend the scheduled Joint Steering Committee meeting on military medical cooperation between the Republic of Serbia and the Kingdom of Norway. The meeting would review the implementaion of the previous activities within the framework of bilateral cooperation of those two countries in the field of Military Medical Services and, preparations and plans for carrying out bilateral Command-Post Exercise (CPX) and Field Training Exercise (FTX) at the end of 2008.
In the recent period, Ministry of Defence of the Kingdom of Norway has provided a considerable support to the Serbian Military Medical Services through donation of the Role2 Light Field Hospital (LFH). With their assistance and support, Military Medical Training Centers would also be established in Belgrade and Nis in the near future as planned. The meeting would consider the possibilities of joint deployment of MoDs members of the Republic of Serbia and Norway to peacekeeping missions as well as plans for future bilateral military cooperation between those two countries. The Norwegian delegation was headed by Maj.Gen. Leif Sverre Rosen, Surgeon General of the Joint Armed Forces Medical Services of the Kongdom of Norway.