This is the second meeting of this kind, head of military security services in Southeast Europe. The first was conducted in 2009 in Romania (Bucharest), and the next will be in 2011, Bosnia-Herzegovina.
The meeting was attended by a total of 12 countries, 9 of which - Bulgaria, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia, Moldova, Montenegro, Macedonia, Romania, Serbia, Slovenia, signed the joint declaration, while the remaining three - Albania, Greece and Turkey - are expected to sign on, then the relevant considerations to be made within the competent institutions of each country.
The joint declaration signed on cooperation between military security services of countries of Southeast Europe which are members of the Regional Cooperation Council (RCC). The countries that signed the joint statement agreed that we should consolidate and further develop cooperation in all Regarding the security threats and make efforts to improve the exchange of relevant information at the regional level.
The military attaché at the Greek embassy in Belgrade, Brigadier St. Kostopoulos, who participated in the Greek delegation, told ANA-MPA that "it was a good meeting, well organized, which was a useful exchange of views on the threats to security in the region .
He noted further that "the Greek side did mature and effective placements and assistance in matters relating to security in the region." Turkey was represented by the military attaché at the embassy in the Serbian capital.