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Savez Izvidjača Srbije

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Savez Izvidjača Srbije

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Savez Izvidjača Srbije

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Association:

Savez Izvidjača Srbije is the primary national Scouting organisation of Serbia. It has been active established in 1911 and currently it has around 4500 members in more than 50 local units. As Kingdom of Yugoslavia, Serbia served as one of the 20 original signatories that founded the World Organisation of the Scout Movement, from 1922 to 1950.

The Head of Contingent is Milan Jankovic.

Country:

Serbia is a country situated at the crossroads of Central and Southeast Europe in the southern Pannonian Plain and the central Balkans. The country’s official language is Serbian but recognises Hungarian, Bosnian, Albanian, Croatian, Slovak, Romanian, Bulgarian and Rusyn as minority or regional languages. Serbia is a land with a rich history and heritage; it’s capital, Belgrade, is one of the oldest cities in Europe and it’s also the birthplace of 18 Roman emperors.

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