Guests of the Center
July 12th this year. The Russian-Serbian humanitarian center in Nis (RSHC) was visited by the representative of the US Embassy in Serbia, the military attaché assistant H. Garvin.
The guest was informed about the history of the foundation, the structure and legal bases of the work of the RSHC, the Center's contribution to the prevention and management of the consequences of natural disasters in Serbia and the region, the provision of humanitarian assistance, the effectiveness of the Serbian emergency response system, including through the training of Serbian specialists at educational institutions EMERCOM of Russia and at the training grounds of the Center, and at the expense of modern fire and rescue equipment and equipment supplied to Serbia.
The representative of the American Embassy was given full answers to all questions that interested him, including the issue of the Russian-Serbian intergovernmental agreement on the conditions of stay, privileges and immunities of the RSHC. Mr. H. Garvin was given the opportunity to personally inspect the material and technical resources of the Center. Of particular interest was its situational center, whose electronic equipment allows you to quickly obtain profile information on the climate and technogenic situation in the region and make forecasts for its development. In this respect, there were no comments from the American guest.
The first visit to the RSHC for three years of its work as a representative of the US Embassy was another evidence of the full transparency of the Center's humanitarian activities in Serbia and the region as a whole.
The American guest was also informed that in the near future the RSHC Humanitarian Demining unit will start cleaning the Serbian lands, and the first batch of equipment and machinery will arrive from Russia to replenish the reserves of the Center and to develop the training base.
In confirmation of the fact that the Center and its activities are frank and open for visits, the staff of the embassies of Austria, Switzerland and Poland are expected to visit the RSHC in the coming week. The center says - WELCOME!