Council for the coordination of security and intelligence agencies is the body that operatively harmonizes the work of the agencies and other bodies of the security and intelligence system, based on the decisions of the National Security Council and other governing decisions and laws. The Council for the coordination of security and intelligence agencies implements the NSC decisions, gives suggestions to the NSC and takes measures with the view of improving the effectiveness and the quality of work of security and intelligence agencies. It also gives opinion on security and intelligence cooperation with counterpart services and entities abroad.
Members of the Council are the Member of the Government responsible for national security, as the Chairperson of the Council for the Coordination of Security and Intelligence Agencies; the National Security Advisor to the President of the Republic, as Deputy Chairperson; the Directors of security and intelligence agencies and the Head of UVNS. If necessary, other persons from judicial, police, inspection, oversight and other entities and institutions may take part in the meetings of the Council.