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Nov 23, 2023 18:03 EEST
November 23 (SeeNews) - Serbia’s president Aleksandar Vucic said on Thursday that the country has acquired eleven Mi-35 gunships from Cyprus for an undisclosed price.
Belgrade has paid more than half of the price of the attack helicopters with exports of Serbian weapons to Cyprus, mainly artillery pieces, Vucic said at a presentation at Batajnica military airport, as seen in a YouTube video posted by Tanjug news agency.
According to local media reports, Serbia agreed with the Cypriot government in 2021 the purchase of used Russian-made Mi-35s that require an overhaul.
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