Russia will sell 7 Mi-35 and 3 Mi-17 helicopters to Serbia, Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said in his address to the nation following Russian President Vladimir Putin’s visit to Belgrade.
“Serbia is satisfied with its military-technical cooperation with Russia. We have agreed to purchase seven Mi-35 and three Mi-17 helicopters,” the President said.
Vucic added that he was pleased with the progress of cooperation between the two states in all areas and noted that numerous agreements have been signed in almost all spheres of economic and social life.
“What is also important to us is our military cooperation, which has always been not only correct, but we are grateful for the support and assistance, and because Serbia could purchase equipment at more favourable prices,” he said.