Serbia is modernizing its armed forces, relying on two main suppliers:
the People’s Republic of China and Russia.
The most recent weapon purchase, as it appears in the annual report of the state armaments company SDPR:
Serbia is buying medium-range radar-guided surface-to-air missiles of the type FK-3 in China.
31.08.2020 | Aktualisiert am 30.08.2020
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