Belgrade, January 28. Serbia will receive a gift from Belarus eight MiG-29 fighters and two divisions of anti-aircraft missile complex "Buk". This was announced by the Minister of defence Zoran Djordjevic.
In an interview to Belgrade newspaper "Politika" on his return from Minsk Djordjevic said that the condition of gratuitous transfer of technology will be the payment for the repair and modernization of the equipment received by Serbia.
Also the Minister of defence of Serbia announced that Belarus is negotiating the purchase of s-300V and S-300P. However, he said, will be whether the complexes into service in the army of Serbia, "depends on further detailed analysis and agreements".
in addition, Djordjevic noted that Serbia is also interesting for Belarusian trucks and construction equipment.
the Delegation of the Serbian government headed by Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic paid a visit to Belarus on 26-27 January.
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