"Special treat": Serbia to receive new weapons from Russia

It has been unofficially announced that new weapons will arrive in Serbia from Russia before a military parade to be held here on May 10.

Source: Sputnik
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It remains unknown at this time type what type of weapons these will be, but Sputnik is reporting that this will be "a special treat," citing Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic.

On May 9, the Russian Army will have the opportunity to display new products of the Russian military industry at Victory Day Parade in Moscow, the most important ceremony marking victory over fascism in World War II.

A military parade will also be held in Serbia a day later.

Military commentator Miroslav Lazanski - who has recently been appointed as the country's new ambassador to Russia - assumes that Serbia will receive the Pantsir (surface to air) missile systems.

"But until the Serbian president as supreme commander officially announces it, I will say nothing definitely," Lazanski said.


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