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Orders, decorations, and medals of Serbia

State decorations of the Republic of Serbia are regulated by the Law on Decorations of the Republic of Serbia adopted in 2009.[1] Decorations are divided into three grades: orders, medals and commemorative medals. There are six orders and three medals.[2]

Contents

  • Orders 1
  • Medals 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Orders

  1. Order of the Republic of Serbia (2 Classes)
  2. Order of the Serbian Flag (3 Classes)
  3. Feast of the Presentation Order (3 Classes)
  4. Order of the Karađorđe's Star (3 Classes)
  5. Order of the White Eagle with Swords (3 Classes)
  6. Order of Merits in Defense and Security (3 Classes)

Medals

  1. Medal for Bravery (2 Classes: Golden and Silver medal), renamed to Medal for Bravery "Miloš Obilić"[3]
  2. Medal for Merits (2 Classes: Golden and Silver medal)
  3. Medal for Merits in Defense and Security (2 Classes: Golden and Silver medal)

See also

References

  1. ^ B92.net New Law on Decorations adopted. (Serbian)
  2. ^ politika.rs New look of Serbian decorations and medals. (Serbian)
  3. ^ "Закон о изменама и допунама Закона о одликовањима Републике Србије". National Parliament of Serbia. Retrieved 6 April 2013. 

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