Sasa Vlaisavljevic, the acting director of the Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport, and Nebojsa Pantelic, the president of the International Police Association (IPA) – Section Serbia, signed the protocol on cooperation on January 31 defining the sharing of experience and education for the purpose of upgrading the mutual cooperation and the profession, the Nikola Tesla Airport announced.
– By signing the protocol and establishing quality cooperation with IPA – Section Serbia, we will contribute to the upgrade of the operations and the organization of the Nikola Tesla Airport. I'm extremely glad that we will be able, through mutual cooperation, to aid humanitarian, educational, sports and cultural activities the IPA Serbia is realizing with the citizens, especially children and the youth, as well as persons with disabilities. The protocol will also lead to joint promotion, locally and internationally, in the field of air traffic, especially in the field of the culture of safety – Vlaisavljevic said.
Pantelic stated that the agreement aimed to upgrade the operations and the education of the employees at the airport, in line with international standards.
IPA is an international organization registered at the United Nations and the Council of Europe as an organization with an advisory status, which maintains operating connections with US organizations, UNESCO and EUROPOL.
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