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 continued the work of the State Security Service of SFR Yugoslavia. It ceased to exist with the 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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