Serbia received four Mi-35M helicopters ahead of schedule

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Serbia received four Mi-35M helicopters ahead of schedule

Serbian military at the Rostvertol plant in Rostov-on-Don August 2019

The Serbian Ministry of Defense received four Russian Mi-35M helicopters. On December 2, helicopters landed safely at the airfield of the Batainitsa military base near Belgrade. This was reported by the Serbian portal Alo.

Russia delivered four Mi-35M helicopters to Serbia ahead of schedule. Initially, it was reported that the cars would arrive in Serbia during the first quarter of 2020. In total, the Serbian Air Force will include seven Mi-35 helicopters and three Mi-17 helicopters.



Serbian Minister of Defense Alexander Vulin called these Russian helicopters the best in the world in their class. According to Vulin, the Mi-35M is real flying Tanksthat allow you to reliably protect the Serbian airspace and strengthen the combat potential of the country.

In the near future, the Serbian military is awaiting the arrival in Serbia of the Pantsir-S1 anti-aircraft missile-cannon systems (ZRPK), the supply of which Belgrade has fully paid for. The receipt of equipment should take place at the end of this year - the beginning of next.

In 2018, the Russian Federation transferred six MiG-29 fighters to Serbia, in 2019, Serbia received ten BRDM-2 and, ahead of schedule, three Mi-17В-5 transport helicopters as part of Russian military-technical assistance. It is planned to supply to Serbia 30 T-72 and 20 BRDM-2 combat vehicles.
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    1. 0
      December 3 2019
      I didn’t understand: did they sell or give helicopters to the Serbs?
      1. +4
        December 3 2019
        Quote: Vitaliy Tsymbal
        I didn’t understand: did they sell or give helicopters to the Serbs?

        We lost the cards, the staff cards.
        1. +3
          December 3 2019
          Quote: Vitaliy Tsymbal
          I didn’t understand: did they sell or give helicopters to the Serbs?

          Find the differences between the terms "delivered" and "transferred" that are in the article. And answer yourself yourself hi
      2. +4
        December 3 2019
        Sold! Serbia bought and paid!
        1. +2
          December 3 2019
          Congratulations Wolf! Strengthening the army is good. Use good technology wisely and trouble-free :)
          1. +3
            December 3 2019
            Thanks Kaiser, we will try. smile But what about Serbia without a good army? never been in the annals. And what about Boyko in Bulgaria, when he missed the C400 in Serbia? Immediately started crushing?
            1. +1
              December 3 2019
              what's with Boyko in Bulgaria, when he missed the C400 in Serbia? Immediately started crushing?


              Pressure in the Heads of Journalists Wolf. I have not met a single official statement on this topic. So ride quietly C400, C500 or C1000 - this is not our business .... laughing
            2. +1
              December 3 2019
              And what about Boyko in Bulgaria, when he missed the C400 in Serbia?


              By the way you know ..? The Russians delivered your Mi-35s also through Bulgaria. On Ruslans. What about pressure? laughing
        2. +1
          December 3 2019
          they took good helicopters, for the good of Serbia. we also have the Mi-35 in Cyprus. for landing operations an irreplaceable thing. God save you from strife and war, but the army to strengthen the worthy cause. get stronger.
      3. -1
        December 3 2019
        Quote: Vitaly Tsymbal
        I didn’t understand: did they sell or give helicopters to the Serbs?

        the gift is specially indicated separately
      4. +1
        December 3 2019
        this is not the main thing in Serbia, just as Belarus will take part of the NATO forces in case of war, so the defense of Serbia should be at the appropriate level. Russia has very few allies left.
        In general, historically, Serbia is Russia in the Balkans.

        i695 map of Paris.


        written
        Belgrade, the city of Fort the capital of Rassia in Servia, which is part of the great kingdom of Hungary, is located on the Danube River ...
        upper city, base city ...
        That's how Serbia / Servia is Russia historically.
        1. 0
          December 3 2019
          if we make an approximation of the map, we see that the temples of Belgrade at that time had half a month symbolism. Russia in the Balkans with crescents.

          1. +2
            December 3 2019
            At this time, Belgrade was under the Turks and the Austrian Empire, an hour there, an hour there. Beat and many Turkish mosques.
            1. +2
              December 3 2019
              Most importantly !!! Until the French brought zygans to Rumuniu in the 18th century and polished letters, made a new Nazi Rumunov, Russia was directly connected with the Adriatic Sea, the Black Sea through the Orthodox Church, the Slavs, and even to the Egeisky Mora !!! ;) It was a big problem for the Catholic Church and the trap of the state of English, French! ;)
      5. 0
        December 3 2019
        well, nice! .. dashing 90s ended
      6. +1
        December 3 2019
        Quote: Vitaliy Tsymbal
        I didn’t understand: did they sell or give helicopters to the Serbs?

        ========
        And what is the difference to the "manifest" ???
        There is at least one friendly country in the Balkans .... For us - 4 "turntables" - not critical ... But for the Serbs!
        Moreover, we need both spare parts and personnel training ..... And this is all - "binding"!
        I think, even if it is "sovegshenno dag - that is, bezvozmezdno" - then it's WORTH IT !!!
    2. +1
      December 3 2019
      According to Vulin, the Mi-35M are real flying tanks that can reliably protect the Serbian airspace and strengthen the combat potential of the country.

      Okay, strengthened ... and then where?
      1. +3
        December 3 2019
        Quote: rocket757
        and then where?

        To Berlin!. oh in Kosovo
        1. -1
          December 3 2019
          Where are the "brothers" going, where will they come, in the end ??? It is necessary to turn to the fortuneteller grandma.
    3. +2
      December 3 2019
      In the near future, the Serbian military is expecting the arrival of the Pantsir-S1 anti-aircraft missile-gun systems (ZRPK) in Serbia, the supply of which Belgrade fully paid.

      Since we are in capitalism now, we must assume that we have stopped "giving".
    4. -2
      December 3 2019
      It seems to me, gentlemen, that as soon as Vučić leaves the presidency, Serbian politics will again swing into Russophobia and all the equipment that we transferred to Serbia will be in the hands of the enemy.
      1. +4
        December 3 2019
        And it seems to me that Vučić is also far from being a protege of Moscow, but the situation is such that without Russia there is nowhere. This is Kosovo, and the memory of the people about the bombing of NATO and the division of Yugoslavia, etc.
    5. -2
      December 3 2019
      But Serbia will still join NATO. not washing in such a way. and why arm the future enemy? (just do not need fairy tales about the fraternal people) everything is known about the Bulgarians, brothers. and the technique is better in their troops.
      1. +3
        December 3 2019
        Well, after all, Turkey is also in NATO, and bought the S-400 systems, the same Greeks are armed with the S-300! Do not worry, we are arming our army.
        1. +1
          December 3 2019
          Greece has a lot of things, not only S-300, but also BMP1, OSA AKM, BM-21 Grad, Tor, Zubry, ATGM Kornet, Fagot, Zu-23, Mi-35 and T-80K, BMP-3 ( in Cyprus), the Urals are running around .. there were the Wilis, they dispossessed everything .. they dispossessed a lot of things and doesn’t fury without spare parts. and spare parts are not allowed to be purchased from Russia, only from the countries of the former Warsaw Pact. I remember when I still had Goats running around UAZ, those older than the Wilis with a sloping bottom. if not for the restrictions, we still bought a lot of things .. but all the time we are hindered by the "allies" in NATO. the Cypriot Guard officially still has AK of the hundredth series .. under the native cartridge 5,45 Ak-74, and we have AKM and AK, but in warehouses .. they do not serve with them. mainly FN Faloo and G-3a3. M-16A4 and M-4 Greece cannot buy weapons from Russia, but Cyprus can. and through them it comes to us
      2. +1
        December 3 2019
        Quote: Alex aircraft
        and the technique is better in their troops

        Discontinued, too?
      3. +2
        December 3 2019
        NATO has already accumulated a "critical mass". Moreover, there is no idea that would unite them. When the USSR was, their flag was democracy, and now, when the USSR is not, NATO is used to plunder "non-democratic" states. But the fact is that everyone is at war, and only the United States gets the pie. Moreover, the sale of weapons to satellites makes money. The smart ones began to understand what that meant.
        1. +2
          December 3 2019
          Speaking of NATO ...
          ANKARA, Dec 3 - RIA News. Turkey will not support NATO’s plan to protect Poland and the Baltic states if the alliance does not recognize the Syrian Kurdish Self-Defense Forces as terrorist, Tayyip Erdogan said.

          Such a single calorie ... Either the French will be thrown into Syria by hammers, the two NATO countries are fighting each other for Cyprus ... They say that no NATA states of NATA in Triboltica were planned laughing
      4. +1
        December 3 2019
        and who told you that all members of the alliance will fight against Russia? France will not .. Greece too. Yes, and Turkey I don’t think ... there are not very strong opponents ... Poles, Romanians, Albanians and other Holodrans. type of Baltic Extinctions
    6. +2
      December 3 2019
      Quote: Nick Russ
      And it seems to me that Vučić is also far from being a protege of Moscow, but the situation is such that without Russia there is nowhere. This is Kosovo, and the memory of the people about the bombing of NATO and the division of Yugoslavia, etc.

      It seems to us from our couch that there is nowhere in the Balkans without Russia. And our media talk about it, and I remember that not so long ago a Russophobic president ruled Serbia and was preparing the country for joining NATO. Somehow he got into his chair. If something happens, Serbia will be run over very quickly, even "mother" will not have time to say and we will not have time. Therefore, everything that is happening now in Serbia is just a political conjuncture.
    7. 0
      December 3 2019
      Enough for Kosovo to return ...
    8. +1
      December 3 2019
      But Serbia, if I am not mistaken, seeks to join the EU? ...

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