To plan, organize, coordinate and provide logistics support to II and III level units and commands of the Army.
- To plan, organize, coordinate and provide logistics support when it is responsible for:
– Maintenance and repair;
– Movement and transport;
– Medical and veterinary support;
– Infrastructure and
- To manage all class material supplies in order to meet the needs off the commands and units of the Army;
- To keep and maintain material reserves of ARM according to previously determined criteria;
- To reinforce the logistics scope of ARM units when conducting training, being in the field or in combat and participating in peacekeeping missions;
- To coordinate logistics support of allied forces which transit or stay on the territory of the Republic;
- To give logistics support to government authorities, local government authorities, different organizations, associations and etc. (under specific conditions and upon specific orders and instructions).
Colonel Muharem Muharemi
Colonel Muharem Muharemi was born on 9th October, 1976 in Tetovo. After finishing his high school education in “Kiril Pejchinovic” High School in Tetovo, in the period from 1991 to 1995, he continued his education at the Military Academy “General Mihailo Apostolski” in Skopje in the period from 1995 to 1999, as part of the first generation of officers who received their education in our country, and then he continued with postgraduate studies at the NATO Defense College in Rome, Italy in 2013.
He began his military career as a Commander of Popova Shapka observation post in 1999. During his career he has performed several commanding, staff duties at a battalion/brigade level, as well as a Commander duty. He actively uses English. He is married and father of one child.
He has completed several courses in the area of staff duties in international staffs, assessment of declared units, planning of international exercises and more.
These are some of the completed courses:
- MPRI, Kumanovo, 1999;
- English Language Course, Skopje, 2004;
- English Language Course, Canada, 2005;
- Weapons Control Course, Ankara, R. Turkey, 2008;
- Evaluators Course, Pepelishte, 2008;
- MF and Media Relations Course, Skopje, 10.2007;
- Basic LOGREP Course, Skopje, 14.-18.09.2009;
- UN Military Observers Course, Ankara, R. Turkey, 2009;
- Counter-terrorism Course, Kabul, R. Afghanistan, 2009;
- NATO Planning and Operations Course, Stip, 2011;
- Battalion Staff Duties Course, Skopje, 2012;
- Media Training Course, Skopje, 2014.
He has participated in several international exercises abroad, such as the exercises “Rapid Trident” in Ukraine in 2008, the international exercise “NOBLE Light” in Istanbul, R. Turkey in 2011, and the exercise “VIKING” in Sweden in 2014.
In his career he has two international missions in Afghanistan as Staff Officer – HQ ISAF in Kabul in the period from 2009 to 2010 and Contingent Commander – HQ ISAF in Kabul in 2012.
He has been commended and awarded on several occasions and among the more important ones are the following:
- Certificate of Commendation by 2.IBr Commander;
- Silver Badge for long-term service in the Army;
- NATO medal for participation in the ISAF Mission in 2010 and 2012;
- Certificate of Commendation by the BSG Commander in Kabul, R. Afghanistan in 2012;
- Monetary award by the CGS in 2019.
- Popova Shapka Observation Post Commander, 1999;
- Observation Post Jazhince Commander, 2000;
- Mechanized Platoon Commander, Tetovo, 2003;
- Company Commander, Tetovo, 2004-2006;
- Chief of Staff and Deputy Commander of Mechanized Infantry Battalion, 2006-2013;
- 3rd Logistics Battalion Commander, Skopje, 2013-2015;
- Chief of Staff in LSBr, 2015-2017;
- LSBr Deputy Commander, 2017-02.2019;
- LSBr Commander, 2019-02.2020;
- Logistic Base Commander, 02.2020.
- Second Lieutenant 1999-2000;
- Lieutenant 2000-2003;
- Captain 2003-2009;
- Major 2009-2013;
- Lieutenant Colonel 2013-2017;
- Colonel 2017.
Lieutenant Colonel Sashe Jakimovski
- Logistics Support Brigade, 2012;
- Logistics Support Command, 2005;
- Logistics Command, 2001;
- Land Forces Logistics Base, 1996;
- Land Forces Rear Base, 1993;
- 1 Rear Base, 1992.