State Security Service (FR Yugoslavia)

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The State Security Service (Serbian Cyrillic: Служба државне безбедности or SDB; also Ресор државне безбедности / RDB), was the security agency within the Ministry of the Interior of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia that aimed to protect the country from internal threats. It kept its UDBA-era name until 2002 and formation of the Security Information Agency in 2002.

Special Forces[edit]

Special Forces, also known as Yugoslav Paramilitaries, were part of the SDB. The leader of the Yugoslav special forces was Jovica Stanišić.[1] Stanišić was a CIA spy.[1]

Red Berets[edit]

Special Operations Unit also known as the Red Berets were incorporated into the Yugoslav special forces in 1996.


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