Serb paramilitary, who was spying on the NATO base at Mihail Kogalniceanu, declared as an undesirable person in Romania

Serb paramilitary, who was spying on the NATO base at Mihail Kogalniceanu, declared as an undesirable person in Romania


“grant the application. Declared undesirable for a period of 15 years on the defendant Bratislav Zivkovic. Provides that leaving the territory of Romania to be done immediately. The decision shall be communicated to the Prosecutor’s office with the Bucharest Court of Appeal, the respondent and the General Inspectorate for Immigration. Enforceable,“ reads the decision of the Court of Appeal.

Bratislav Zivkovic was monitored by the Romanian Intelligence Service while he collected information from the NATO base at Mihail Kogalniceanu (Constanta), but also about the system of radars on the Black Sea coast. The serb was interested to obtain technical information about the system of radars on the coast (characteristic of technical, data location, etc.).

Zivkovic lives in Bulgaria and was frequently the border into Romania, which aroused suspicion. More specifically, Zivkovic had five entries on the territory of Romania, in the months of may, July, October, and November 2017.

According to the Romanian authorities that they intercepted, Bratislav Zivkovic tried to put up a network informative for the identification of persons with access to the military facilities of NATO and the US, identifying the location, recognition in the field, the study of lens and marking GPS positions of the objectives.

“All the actions it carried out in Romania have had a character clandestine and a modus operandi specific espionage activities. Bratislav Zivkovic know including to use the communication systems encrypted and anonymised”, they explained in front of the magistrates, the representatives of the SRI that have asked for it to be said idezirabil.

war Criminal in Ukraine

Bratislav Zivkovic is a character known in Serbia, and not only. He is the commander of the organization of chetniks in Serbia, “Cetniciki Pokret”, also known as a paramilitary with the guidelines nationalist-chauvinist. Military career, Bratislav Zivkovic participated in all armed conflicts in the area (Bosnia, Kosovo, Ukraine), receiving, for the work done, four decorations of the Russian Federation.

“This organization is known as one paramilitary, with guidelines nationalist-chauvinist. In 2014-2015, a citizen of the Serbian Bratislav Zivkovic attended by the pro-Russian separatists, along with other Russian volunteers, members of the same organization. In the course of the year 2017, Bratislav Zivkovic has moved several times in Romania with the aim to undertake activities of a leak, which according to the legal framework constitute risks and threats to national security”, said the adviser of the director SRI, Ovidiu Marincea.

At 26 years old, Bratislav Zivkovic joined, as a volunteer, in the conflict in Bosnia and Herzegovina. At 28 years old, joined the Brigade 63 and fought in the conflict in Bosnia – Kosovo. A year later, at 29 years old, he worked in Croatia. Between 1998-1999 he worked in Kosovo and Metohija.

In the period 2014 – 2015, Zivkovic participated in the conflict in Ukraine by the Russian forces, along with volunteers of the Movement Chetnik.

for this reason, he is on the list of war criminals published by the “Centre for research of crimes against national security of Ukraine, peace, humanity and international law to inform law enforcement authorities and special services on the terrorist pro-russians, separatists, mercenaries and war criminals”.

For the work carried out in Russia, the Crimea and Novorusia, members of the Movement, Chetnik them have been awarded medals (“For the third defense of Sevastopol”, offered by the Crimea, “For the return of the Crimea”, offered by the Ministry of Defense of Russia) and various military insignia.

Zivkovic is a close friend of Aleksandar Sindjelic, a Serbian nationalist supectat of links with the perpetrators of the putsch failed in Montenegro, with a view to preventing this country to enter NATO.

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