Arms Control Orientation Course opened
The Agreement on Sub-Regional Arms Control - Orientation Course was opened in Novi Sad today. This year, the Course is being hosted by the Defence Policy Sector, Ministry of Defence of the Republic of Serbia and it has been organized by the Centre for Security Cooperation in South East Europe - RACVIAC.
The course includes 31 participants in the capacity as lecturers and attendees, from 12 Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) participating countries, and one guest from the Republic of Korea.
The five-day course will be conducted in two parts, theoretical and practical, and attendees will have the opportunity to familiarize themselves with the basic provisions of the Agreement on Sub-Regional Arms Control and its protocols. On the first day of the course, representatives of the ministries of foreign affairs of Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia and Montenegro addressed the course participants.
The course is organized in the countries that signed the Dayton Peace Accords.