Russian-Serbian Humanitarian Center

RSHC and Lada Niva are ready to help again

Winter began and snowfalls and problems on roads came with cold weather. On November 29th at 15:00 RSHC received a telephone message about emergency in Pirot area. In village Radosin (20 kilometers away from Babusnica) older woman Stojanka Radenkovic had health problems that required urgent ...

Balkan specialists in EMERCOM training centers

RSHC continues its work to improve the professional level of Balkan specialists. The newest group completed course on a topic “Methodology of work in specialized training centers and programs for emergencies management” on the basis of the Civil Defense Academy of the Russian Emergencies...

ICDO Seminar in Moscow

International Seminar for representatives of high educational institutions of countries-participants of the International Civil Defense Organization (ICDO) was held at the Civil Defense Academy of the Russian Ministry of Emergencies. Representatives of universities and civil defense services from...

WW2 memorial in Jagodina

WW2 memorial complex on the hill near Jagodina was built in 1962, hosting 1170 Red Army soldiers and officers who died in battles for the freedom of its Slavic brothers.

The Russian hospital in Prokuplje as a symbol of friendship

During the NATO bombing of Serbia in 1999, Belgrade was under international blockade and international humanitarian organizations were evacuated from the country. More than 500 thousand refugees from Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina who were situated in Serbia at that time found themselves in...

Nis - Geneva

On November 21st, video conference was held in RSHC using the technical capabilities of the Crisis Management Center. This type of communication, in other words, “television bridge”, allows to discuss issues with those structures that own similar equipment.

Russian rescuers at speleological exercises

On the second day of their stay in Serbia, the newly arrived RSHC rescue team went to international speleological exercises “Suvi Ponor 2017” in Kopana Glavica. More than 70 rescuers, professionals and volunteers from Slovenia, Bulgaria and Poland came to the event. Russia was represented...

New team of rescuers in RSHC

Every three months, a new rescuing team arrives to the Russian-Serbian Humanitarian Center. It is a team of professionals from the Russian Ministry of Emergency Situations. They are selected in accordance with their experience and profile areas that are most relevant for Serbia.

Meeting in the Ministry of public administration and local self-government

RSHC received an invitation to participate in a meeting of representatives from regions and local governments. The meeting topic was “Reducing the risk of emergencies and preventing their occurrence”.

Workshops at Nis university

By the request of University of Belgrade and Nis and the Academy of the Serbian Ministry of Interior, for the third consecutive year RSHC has been continuing to organize workshops at the profile faculties of these universities. This time, in November, the Center representatives Alexander Zubov...

Visit to the RSHC

The Russian-Serbian humanitarian center works with many ministries and institutions of Serbia.

Firefighter Day in Nis

RSHC representatives together with the city administration and emergency services staff were invited by leadership of Nis fire and rescue unit to participate in celebration dedicated to Firefighter Day.

RSHC and Ambulance

After a series of trainings in Belgrade and Sombor conducted by RSHC staff for a local audience on the interaction of emergency services in case of joint action on traffic incident, Serbian colleagues asked the Center for a similar activity for employees of Belgrade ambulance. Alexander Zubov ...

International exercises and conference in Croatia

In October 2017, by the request from the Mountain Rescue Service of Serbia (GSS), RSHC provided its training ground for a joint training of dog handlers from GSS and the Mountain Rescue Service of Croatia (GSSC) on urban rescue with the help of canine. Despite the rainy weather, the training ...

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