Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin, who curates issues related to the Russian defense industry, arrived in Belgrade to participate in the Russian-Serbian Intergovernmental Committee on Trade, Economic and Scientific-Technical Cooperation.
Dmitry Rogozin stated during his visit to Serbia that Russia was ready to supply any type of exportable arms to Serbia, RIA Novosti reports with reference to Sputnik news agency.
"Russia is ready to supply any exportable arms systems, but our experts need to determine which of them can be optimal for Serbia and what Serbia can afford at this point," said Rogozin.
Noteworthy, it has been reported recently that Serbia's neighbor, Croatia, was going to purchase new attack weapons.
"The question arises: against whom does the country intend to use systems with the range of 270-300 kilometers given the fact that this range goes beyond Croatia's neighboring states?" Rogozin asked.
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