March 2008
Background Notes on Countries of the World: Serbia & Montenegro;Mar2008, p5
Country Report
The article presents information on the condition of the defense system in the Republic of Serbia. Accordingly, the Serbian military has several branches including civil defense, air and air defense forces, and ground forces with internal and border troops. In addition, there are 2,088,595 military civilians based on the 2002 census, while the budget allocation for military expenses is only 3.6% of the total gross domestic product (GDP) of the country.


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