The Acting Assistant Foreign Minister for Security Policy, Ambassador Branimir Filipovic, and a Head of a Department of International Legal Affairs, Ambassador Slavoljub Caric, participated in a row contention “International Humanitarian Law – Contemporary Challenges”, hosted by a Serbian Red Cross, on 9 Dec 2016, with a support of a International Committee of a Red Cross Regional Delegation in Belgrade.
MFA member spoke on aspects of a Republic of Serbia’s confidence process in a context of general charitable law, i.e. on issues associated to arms trade control, disarmament and non-proliferation, including a focus of general charitable law.
Participants in a panel, non-stop by a President of a Serbian Red Cross, Prof Dr Dragan Radovanovic, also enclosed as panellists Prof Dr Vesna Knezevic Predic, highbrow during a Faculty of Political Science, as good as Associate Professor Dr Milos Hrnjaz and Dr Zeljko Lezaja, from a same Faculty.
The row contention was directed during enlivening tyro seductiveness in this area, and contributing to improved bargain and acceptance of this bend of law. The assembly enclosed students of Law Faculties of Belgrade, Novi Sad, Kragujevac and Nis, a Defence University Military Academy, Belgrade University Faculty of Political Science, Faculty of Security Studies and a Faculty of Business Studies and Law.
Article source: http://www.mfa.gov.rs/en/press-service/statements/16028-participation-of-ministry-of-foreign-affairs-representatives-in-the-panel-discussion-international-humanitarian-law-contemporary-challenges