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The Red Cross of Serbia

Needs continue to increase on the migration trail through Serbia

Needs continue to increase on the migration trail through Serbia

Hundreds of people arrive at the Serbian border with small bags and blankets. After going through the pre-reception centre in Miratovac, they smile and shake hands with each other and with local residents.

In-pictures - Serbia: People on the move

On arrival in Serbia from the FYR of Macedonia, people on the move register with the authorities at Preševo. There is an efficient system in place, but the ever-increasing numbers sometimes result in long queues. Over 84,000 people have registred as as passing through Serbia since the beginning of the year, but estimates indicate that similar numbers have passed through unregistered. Stephen...

Volunteers proved to be the most valuable asset during Serbian floods of 2014

Volunteers proved to be the most valuable asset during Serbian floods of 2014

The major floods in the Balkans last year highlighted the crucial role of trained volunteers.

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  • President: Prof. Dr Dragan RADOVANOVIC
  • Vice-President: Mr. Sc. Simka SOMER
  • Vice-President: Dr. Milutin MIHAJLOVIC
  • Vice-President: Mr Zivojin JOKANOVIC
  • Secretary General: Mrs Vesna MILENOVIC
  • Head of Tracing Service: Mrs Gordana RADUKIC
  • Head of Financial Department: Ms Olivera ALEKSIC
  • Head of International Department: Mr Ljubomir MILADINOVIC
  • Adviser: Dr. Bosko JAKOVLJEVIC
  • Adviser on International Humanitarian Law: . Vacant Position

Latest appeals

18 August 2015
Serbia - Population Movement (MDRRS011)
Serbia - DREF Operation
28 May 2015
Serbia - Flash Floods (MDRRS009)
Serbia - Operations Update No. 4
27 May 2015
Serbia - Floods (MDRRS010)
Serbia - DREF Operation Final Report
27 March 2015
Serbia - Flash Floods (MDRRS009)
Serbia - Operations Update No. 3
19 December 2014
Serbia - Flash Floods (MDRRS009)
Serbia - Emergency Appeal Revision

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