Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic came to the Faculty at 12.00, when he met with the management of the Faculty. In a cordial conversation, the Prime Minister showed interest in enrolling students at the Faculty of Security, the publishing activity of the Faculty, and expressed his understanding and provided full support for solving the problems related to inadequate spatial working conditions of the Faculty. During the talks, the management of the Faculty expressed gratitude to the Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development and Minister Mladen Šarčević for the efforts and activities that together with the Mayor of Belgrade, Mr. Siniša Malim, have so far done to solve this problem within the framework of the program of optimization of school space. >
After the talks, the Prime Minister held a lecture and answered the questions of the Faculty’s students regarding national and regional security, relations of great powers, as well as current security problems and challenges. Prime Minister Vucic delivered a lecture to the students of the Faculty of Security, besides the obligation to learn well, have another great responsibility and an even more important obligation, to deal with not only theoretical but also practical, politics, law, security and defense, they have in mind that one duty is greater than all – how to preserve, protect and be with our country, because only this way we can save Serbia and provide security for our children.
The Dean of the Faculty of Security, prof. Dr. Ivica Radović, after delivering the lecture to the Prime Minister Aleksandar Vučić, the Golden Charter of the Faculty of Security for persistent, consistent and effective work in the field of national and international security.