Russian-Serbian Humanitarian Center

RSHC, “112 EXPO”, Belgrade 11th -14th of October 2016

One of the RSHC tasks is the demonstration of modern Russian rescue equipment. Exactly specialized fire-fight and demining technic and equipment was the base for Center exposition at traditional international 40th Exhibition and Conference – Fire and Rescue, Occupational Safety and Health – 112 EXPO.

The General Patron of this educational, protection, safety and business event of general interest is the Emergency Management Sector of the Ministry of Interior of the Republic of Serbia and the Patron is the Occupational Safety and Health Department of the Ministry of Labour, Employment, Veteran and Social Affairs. The exhibition gathered about 100 direct exhibitors. They featured more than 150 local and international organisations from protection/safety branch.

On 11th of October on behalf of the General Patron – Emergency Management Sector of the Ministry of Interior of the Republic of Serbia, Mr. Predrag Maric opened the exhibition. The ceremony was attended by officials, such as state secretary Aleksandar Jablanovic. In their speeches, they highlighted the importance of this event for Belgrade and all Serbia. This exhibition is a platform for the development of cooperation between the responsible authorities and to popularisation of civil security theme among the population.

Serbian rescuers hold the training in front the of the exhibition pavilion. It is important to point that in this training were used machines that were presented by Russia for operational use to the local fire units. These are fire rescue vehicles and remote controlled robotic complex MVF-5. The trainings got the best marks. Also it is good to point that many Serbian rescuers participated in educational courses in the high educational institutions of EMERCOM of Russia.

The Center exposition was served by Russian and Serbian representatives. They answered questions, spoke about Center’s tasks and goals. The informational movies about the RSHC and the Russian rescue department on two monitors were demonstrated nonstop. Center exposition aroused real interest among visitors and media.