NATO challenges Moscow in Niš, near the Russian espionage center

Russian army in Nis illustration
Russian army in Nis illustration

 Niš became the arena of collision between the United States and Russia recently. Precisely in the southern Serbian town of Moscow's espionage center, the Washington with the Belgrade permission, has challenged the Russians by launching the training of Iraqi military doctors.

As B92 writes, NATO will conduct a three-week course in Niš for the Capacity Building of Institutions in Iraq.

NATO stresses that in this training will be trained doctors in order to be able to intervene in traumas of firearms, explosives, etc., by supplying the anti-terrorism department to the Iraqi Interior Ministry with specialists.

"In addition to military medical training, NATO is training instructors from Iraqi security forces in maintaining armored vehicles of the Soviet era and in the fight against improvised explosive devices and the destruction of explosive weapons, also offering support and advice in areas including civil-military co-operation, development of national security institutions, and civil emergency planning to deal with natural emergencies," said the NATO Communiqué.

Six months ago, this training took place in Germany, meanwhile this time is chosen Niš, the city near Kosovo, where is located the so-called Russian-Serbian Humanitarian Center, which according to the US and the EU is a Russian espionage command center for operations in the Balkans and the Middle East.
NATO challenges Moscow in Niš, near the Russian espionage center NATO challenges Moscow in Niš, near the Russian espionage center Tuesday, December 12, 2017 Rating: 5
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