MOSCOW – Officially Serbia adheres to military neutrality but in practice such policy appears ‘’a bit specific’’ writes Moscow daily Kommersant alluding to recent Serbia’s and Russia’s joint military exercise.

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Daily stated that in 2013 Serbia gained an observer status within Collective Rapid Reaction Force (Russian : Коллективные силы оперативного реагирования, КСОР; KSOR ) while in September this year members of Serbian Ministry of Defence participated in a NATO summit.

Kommersant further writes that last week Serbia’s army held biggest military exercise together with Russian parachute regiment – while today Serbia and NATO begin a joint military exercise .

Moscow daily quotes minister of defence Bratislav Gasic who says: ‘’Serbia adheres to neutrality by being open to cooperation ‘’.

“As confirmation to these words from 17th November through to 28th November- not far from Russian- Serbian contingency centre, exercise named Platinum Wolf will be jointly held by Serbian armed forces and NATO,” states Moscow daily Kommersant.