Not just MiGs. There will be a lot of things. There and Tanks, and transport aircraft. Serious, good, great help was given to a friend there,Rogozin said in an interview with the agency.
The Deputy Prime Minister declined to answer the question about the details of the agreement and the delivery dates, noting that Serbian President Alexander Vucic should announce this.
Get it soon (message). The president will tell you. I told him he would tell you. We have agreed that I will not say anything to you,he said.
Earlier it was reported that in the framework of military-technical assistance, Russia would transfer six fighter planes MiG-29, 30 tanks T-72С and 30 to BRDM-2 to the Serbian army. At the same time, none of the officials mentioned the possible supply of other aircraft other than fighters.
Recently, Rogozin visited Serbia, where he took part in the inauguration ceremony of the new president, Alexander Vucic.