On April 25th, 2022, the Russian-Serbian Humanitarian Center turned 10 years old.


Over the passed 10 years the Center has trained almost 3,000 firemen and rescuers from the Balkan countries. Operative staff of the Center participated in elimination of a large number of natural and man-made disasters, organized deployment of temporary accommodation centers for people during the migration crisis and participated in mitigation of the COVID-19 epidemic crisis.

The Board members of the RSHC, the Embassy of the Russian Federation in Serbia, ICDO, higher educational institutions of the Ministry of the Russian Federation for Civil Defence, Emergencies and Elimination of Consequences of Natural Disasters, the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Serbia congratulated the Center on the anniversary.

Nowadays, the Center can be proud of its professional staff, training facilities, specialized classrooms and simulators, which make it possible to conduct various lectures, trainings and exercises in the field of emergency prevention and response. The equipment and machinery, required for providing timely assistance to the people in emergency situations stored in a warehouse of the Center.

The first 10 years prove that the RSHC is an important training facility and emergency logistics center in the Balkans and that it remains so in the future.