Tripartite exercise between Greek, Cypriot and Serbian Special Forces in Niš

FALCON-21 exercise

A tripartite Special Forces Operations exercise called “FALCON-21” was held at the Mihajlo Petrović military airport in the Serbian city of Niš from July 4th to 10th.

Special Operations forces from Greece, Cyprus and Serbia participated in the exercise.

“FALCON-21” – which is part of the military cooperation program for 2021 between Greece and Serbia – was about the advanced training of parachutists in free fall jumps.

The Greek mission consisted of ten officers of the Special Warfare administration.

The purpose of the joint training was to increase the level of cooperation and understanding between the participating countries.

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