Ministry of Foreign Affairs Foreign Policy
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Security Issues
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Democratic processes and European foreign policy orientation of the Republic of Serbia are strengthening its international position and positively affecting the creation and promotion of political cooperation and confidence building in the region. As a result of its established security policy, the Republic of Serbia has become an important factor of regional security cooperation and a reliable partner in international relations.

The Republic of Serbia is governed by the National Security Strategy, which reflects Serbia's readiness to contribute to the building and promoting of the national, regional and global security in the framework of the United Nations, European and other international organizations and regional structures.

Military-political developments in the world are closely monitored, as well as the global and regional challenges and threats, with all their implications for the security of the Republic of Serbia and its international position.

The most important activities regarding the security policy are aimed at cooperating with the EU in the field of Common Security and Defence Policy (CSDP), cooperation in the framework of the NATO Partnership for Peace Programme, as well as cooperation in the framework of the United Nations, the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe, international forums and initiatives concerning disarmament, non-proliferation and arms control.