The central state ceremony was led by Minister of Labour, Employment, Veteran and Social Affairs Zoran Djordjevic.
According to the Serbian government, Djordjevic said that "the least what our and future generations can do is foster the memory of the ancestors and the significance of their undertaking."
Djordjevic also "underlined that French-German cooperation is one of the most important foundations of the EU."
"Unfortunately, the region of the Western Balkans had to go through another bloody historic period in order to finally find its way into the European integration path," he said.
Serbia's strategic orientation is therefore European integration and military neutrality, he pointed out.
Wreaths and flowers were laid by representatives of the city of Belgrade, representatives of foreign embassies, associations that nurture the traditions of free wars, and followed by an artistic program.
Armistice Day is a one-day non working holiday in Serbia.