Military Service for Security and Intelligence

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Military Service for Security and Intelligence

Сектор - Служба за воена безбедност и разузнавање (ССВБиР)
Sektor - Slizba za voena bezbednost i razuznavanje (SSVBiR)
Agency overview
Formed 1992[1]
Preceding Agency KOS
Jurisdiction Macedonia
Headquarters Skopje, Macedonia
Employees Classified
Annual budget Classified
Ministers responsible
Zoran Jolevski, Minister of Defense
Agency executives Vancho Shontevski, Colonel
Dimche Petrovski, Major General
Parent agency General Staff of ARM
Website www.dbki.gov.mk

Military Service for Security and Intelligence of the Macedonia is an intelligence office within the Ministry of Defence of Macedonia.[2]

Mission[edit]

Planning, analyzing, processing and dissemination of intelligence data in order to protect the territorial integrity, independence and the broader interests of the Republic of Macedonia in accordance with the Constitution, Law on defence and the national security and defence concept of the Republic of Macedonia
Planning, analyzing, processing and dissemination of intelligence data required to participate in peace support and NATO-led conflict prevention operations
Intelligence support of humanitarian operations and peace support operations in dealing with natural disasters and humanitarian crises

Tasks[edit]

Military intelligence[edit]

Plans, organizes and conducts intelligence support required for the decision making process of the GS of ARM during ARM participation in various operations in Macedonia and abroad;
Manages Intelligence data to suit the needs of the GS of ARM in preparation, plans and executes various operations;
Plans, coordinates and synchronizes intelligence operations in subordinate commands and units;
Plans, organizes and conducts Intelligence preparation of the battle field (IPB) for military and operations other than war in Macedonia and abroad.

Counter intelligence[edit]

Plans, organizes and implements CI measures in ARM;
Detects hostile intelligence capacities for data collection;
Recognizes hostile intelligence capabilities to interfere in hostile influence;
Provides CI operations for force protection.

Security[edit]

Recognizes critical physical security points
Coordinates and conducts security examination and control

Staff planning[edit]

Plans and decision making process support
Supports the planning process and maintains functional connections with MSSI(Military Sector for Security and Intelligence) in order to provide relevant intelligence data and analysis
Supports the duties and responsibilities in the GS scope of work aimed at supporting the mission
Responsible for planning and execution of intelligence exercises security
Trains subordinates

Organisation[edit]

Directors[edit]

# Portrait Name Mandate commenced on Mandate finished on Political Party
1 Coat of arms of the Republic of Macedonia - grey.svg Aleksandar Bocinov[3]  ?  ?
2 Coat of arms of the Republic of Macedonia - grey.svg Sasho Mijalkov[4][5] ?  ? VMRO-DPMNE
3 Coat of arms of the Republic of Macedonia - grey.svg Milisav Tashtanovski[6] [7]  ?  ?
4 Coat of arms of the Republic of Macedonia - grey.svg Vladimir Pivovarov[8] 2002 2004
5 Coat of arms of the Republic of Macedonia - grey.svg Col Risto Gjorgjiev[9][10] 2004 2006
6 Coat of arms of the Republic of Macedonia - grey.svg Dr Ferdinand Odzakov[11][12] 2007 2012
7 Coat of arms of the Republic of Macedonia - grey.svg Col Vancho Shontevski[13] 2012 incumbent

See also[edit]

Reference list[edit]

  1. ^ [1] (Macedonia)
  2. ^ "Military Service for Security and Intelligence". dbki.gov.mk. 
  3. ^ globusmagazin.com.mk 03.04.2012 Retrieved 17.05.2015 (Macedonia)
  4. ^ utrinski.mk 10.06.2009 Retrieved 17.05.2015 (Macedonia)
  5. ^ vest.com.mk 1/18/2001 Retrieved 17.05.2015 (Macedonia)
  6. ^ vecer.mk 17 декември 2007 Retrieved 18.05.2015 (Macedonia)
  7. ^ utrinski.mk 17.12.2007 Retrieved 18.05.2015 (Macedonia)
  8. ^ fokus.mk 17 апр 2014 Retrieved 17.05.2015 (Macedonia)
  9. ^ vest.com.mk 9/30/2004 Retrieved 17.05.2015 (Macedonia)
  10. ^ kanal5.com.mk 27.12.2006 Retrieved 18.05.2015 (Macedonia)
  11. ^ morm.gov.mk Retrieved 17.05.2015 (Macedonia)
  12. ^ invest-in-macedonia.com 8.06.2007 Retrieved 18.05.2015
  13. ^ [2] Retrieved 17.05.2015 (Macedonia)

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