Minister Vulin: We take care of the members of the Armed Forces and their families
The Serbian Armed Forces cares and takes care every day to improve the standard of living of each of its members, said Minister of Defense Aleksandar Vulin who, accompanied by the Chief of the General Staff of the Serbian Armed Forces, General Milan Mojsilović, handed over 24 flats to the members of the Ministry of Defense and the Serbian Armed Forces today.
- Anyone who binds their fate to the Serbian Armed Forces can rest assured that they will be taken care of, and that all their problems, including housing, will be solved. Which state institution can boast of resolving the housing issue for at least 20 of its members every month – Minister Vulin asked, adding that the Serbian Armed Forces are here to help, take care of and care for all its members.
Minister Vulin said that taking care of the members of the Ministry of Defense and the Serbian Armed Forces includes also taking care of their families, because if they are safe and cared for, the members of the Serbian Armed Forces can devote themselves to the most important thing – protecting and defending our country and our freedom. He also added that there is an ongoing action to re-establish a system that has been destroyed in a planned and deliberate manner so that both the Armed Forces and Serbia would disappear.
Among those who have resolved their housing issue today is Lieutenant Colonel Darko Kovačević of the Human Resources Administration of the General Staff of the Serbian Armed Forces. As he says, in a two-bedroom apartment in block 62 in New Belgrade, he will live with his wife and two daughters.
- This is a really exciting moment. I and my family will have the opportunity to welcome New Year in a new apartment. I am married, I have a wife and two daughters, one is a university, and the other a high school student. They are just as excited about this as I am. In the next few days, we will have the opportunity to enter the apartment and to design how we will install it and to finally settle down in our home – said Lieutenant Colonel Kovačević.
Lieutenant Colonel Dejan Ivantić from the Special Brigade of the Serbian Armed Forces received an apartment in Pančevo.
- I have solved my housing issue following 26 years of service. I am excited and impressed and I thank the Ministry of Defense and the Serbian Armed Forces for caring for their members. For me, this is a special day – said Lieutenant Colonel Ivantić.