They agreed that this visit is an indicator of successful bilateral relations between the two countries in the field of defence, as well as of intentions to improve them.
Stefanovic singled out procurement as the most important aspect of military technical cooperation, but also training for helicopters type H-145M for the Serbian Armed Forces.
He added that the German donation of military ambulances type DINGO will contribute to further improvement of military medical cooperation, established by joint participation of members of the two armies in the European Union’s mission in Mali, which is the most developed area of cooperation in the field of defence between the two countries.
Stefanovic and Lambrecht also discussed the possibilities of improving cooperation in the field of military education, as well as engagement within the EU's Common Security and Defence Policy (CSDP).
On this occasion, he thanked for the support that Germany provides to Serbia on the path of European integration, which is a strategic foreign policy goal of our country, while Minister Lambrecht reiterated Germany's full support, emphasising that her country will stand by Serbia in this process as an honest and reliable partner.
The German Minister of Defence also assessed at the meeting that the military cooperation between the two countries is very developed, but that there is room for further development, according to a statement from the Ministry of Defence.