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BeitragVerfasst: 08. Mai 2013, 08:53 

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Serbia nears new order for MiG-29s

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Serbia is close to finalising a deal with Russia for the purchase of military equipment including six RAC MiG-29M/M2 multirole fighters and two Mil Mi-17 helicopters, according to local media reports quoting deputy prime minister and defence minister Aleksandar Vucic and chief of staff Gen Ljubisa Dikovic.

"The armed forces, air force and air defence in particular are to receive new and modern equipment very soon," the officials say.

Belgrade daily newspaper Blic says a deal is expected to be finalised during a meeting between Vucic and his Russian counterpart Sergey Shoygu on 23 May.

Previous reports had suggested that Serbia's requirement was for 12 new combat aircraft, most likely comprising eight single-seat fighters and four two-seat trainers. While this appears to have been halved due to budget restrictions, the nation's air force has an urgent need to acquire some new capability.

The Serbian air force has three early series MiG-29s and one UB-model trainer, which were overhauled and received a modest upgrade in 2007, extending their service lives by up to another 700 flight hours, or 10 years.

Pilot training and serviceability issues mean the MiG-29s have yet to assume the air policing role that is still performed using a handful of MiG-21bis fighters, the youngest of which has been in use for 30 years. Unofficial reports suggest that use of the latter type has been extended beyond its planned limit, in co-operation with the manufacturer.

Belgrade started an acquisition process for new combat aircraft several years ago, with a formal request for proposals having drawn responses from Boeing, Chengdu, Dassault, Eurofighter, Lockheed Martin, RAC MiG and Sukhoi, all pursuing a potentially $1 billion deal.

The potential Mi-17 deal would represent a follow-on buy, with the air force having received an initial two examples two years ago, to join its older Mi-8s. Rival manufacturers including Eurocopter had also been pursuing the new requirement.

Meanwhile, the air force is also in process of selecting a contractor for an avionics upgrade to up to 15 of its Soko G-4MD Super Galeb advanced jet trainer and light attack aircraft. EADS Cassidian and Thales are among the contenders for the work, which should see the type remain in service until at least 2030.

Twenty-one of the air force's aircraft took part in a display above the town of Krusevac as part of Serbia's armed forces day celebrations on 20 April. Participants included five Super Galebs, five Soko J-22 Orao fighter/bombers, one Antonov An-26 transport, nine Aerospatiale/Soko SA341/342 Gazelle helicopters and one Mi-8. Its Utva Lasta basic trainers remain grounded, following a fatal accident involving the type in September 2012.


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Alles andere hätte mich gewundert..

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PICTURE: Serbia reveals light-attack Kobac

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Serbia has revealed a mock-up of a Kobac ("Sparrowhawk") light attack/counter-insurgency version of its Utva Lasta primary trainer.

Shown for the first time in public during an air show to mark 100 years of the Serbian air force on 2 September, the concept has been developed by Utva, the Serbian Military Technical Insitute and national arms trading company Yugoimport.

The main changes from the Lasta include the introduction of a turboprop engine and wingtip fuel tanks, which will enable a projected increase in maximum take-off weight to 1,650kg (3,640lb) and a top speed of 270kt (500km/h) in level flight and 298kt in a dive.


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The Kobac concept was first shown to senior military officials in April, when it was described as intended mainly to attract export customers. Chief designer Vojislav Devic said it was "designed for advanced training in all weather conditions, day and night, but also to be capable for border patrol tasks and strikes against targets on the ground".

In common with the Lasta, the Kobac will feature glass cockpit avionics, but have light ejection seats and more sophisticated navigation and targeting systems. With four under-wing hardpoints plus one on the centerline, the aircraft should be capable of carrying a variety of ordnance, including gun and cannon pods, bombs and unguided rocket launchers, as well as guided weapons.

While the mock-up appears to be based on an early series Lasta airframe with a Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6 engine, computer-generated images presented by Yugoimport show a design more similar to the aircraft that have already been delivered to Iraqi and Serbian air forces, with a redesigned and strengthened wing, turboprop engine and a four-blade propeller.

The Kobac is expected to make its first flight by the end of 2013, or during 2014.


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Serbian Air Force to buy “stealthy” MiG-29 Fulcrums

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According to various media outlets the negotiations between Russia and Serbia are in a process.
Serbians wants to upgrade their armed forces defense capabilities by buying S-300 missile systems along with MiG-29 fighters in a “stealth” variant.

Serbia is not the sole country that seeks ways to update their Fulcrums as the Polish MiGs are also undergoing an upgrade program.
The MiG-29 fighters are to be purchased in their newest variant, M2. According to the MiG CEO, Viktor Korotkov, the plane is to feature composite airframe along with RAM (Radar Absorbent Material) coating, which both contribute for a diminished radar echo.
Besides that, the airplane features modern avionics, that is able to integrate both Russian and Western armament.
The price tag is significantly lower than the one on the Western designs. Still, the price of 6 airframes would be about 150 million USD.
What is more the training process would be much easier, as the Serbian pilots are already familiar with the Fulcrum.

M2 is one of the export versions of MiG-35 that was initially designed for the Indian Air Force (that selected the Rafale for its MMRCA requirement). Thrust vectoring, as that of the Mig-29OVT is believed to be offered on customers’ request.

What is interesting is the fact that the Russian Air Force contract to buy MiG-35 was delayed synchronically with the Serbian contract being negotiated even if, according to various media outlets, Serbians intend to buy only 6 airframes (whereas the Russians had planned to buy 37 aircraft).

Option of extending the contract with 6 further airplanes later is also considered.

Earlier this year, in May, First Deputy Prime Minister and Defense Minister Aleksandar Vucic said that Serbians are to buy the aircraft and pay the money back in separate installments. It was said that the costs will depend on the final shape of the avionics, weapon systems and the volume of spare parts that would come together with the MiGs.

During the meetings in May, Serbian PM Ivica Dacic said that the Serbian army needs advanced vehicles, weapons and equipment. Also during the May meetings it was stated that industrial cooperation between Serbia and Russia might also start in the field of armored vehicles.

At the time of the negotiations modernization and maitenance of the Serbian MiG-21s was also considered as an option.


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BeitragVerfasst: 17. Sep 2013, 12:10 

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M2 is one of the export versions of MiG-35 that was initially designed for the Indian Air Force (that selected the Rafale for its MMRCA requirement). Thrust vectoring, as that of the Mig-29OVT is believed to be offered on customers’ request.


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Wenn man die Berichte über die serbischen Luftstreitkräfte liest, kann das Österreichische Bundesheer über seiner Situation ja regelrecht froh sein.


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theoderich hat geschrieben:
Wenn man die Berichte über die serbischen Luftstreitkräfte liest, kann das Österreichische Bundesheer über seiner Situation ja regelrecht froh sein.


Jein, für dieses Land ist das was sie bald haben werden sogar ziemlich viel und mehr als der Rest von Jugoslawien, Ungarn oder Slowakei!

Serbien ist gerade im Umbruch, dort trifft 3. (Land) auf 1. (Stadt) Welt und es fehlt einfach überall an Geld, was sich derzeit in recht vielen absurden Gesetzen und Verordnungen zum Zwecke der Geldbeschaffung widerspiegelt.
Dort läuft sogar seit einiger Zeit eine Art "Zählung" des Haushaltsinventars - in der Praxis ist das so dass vom Stadtamt wer bei dir vorbeikommt und ALLES listet was du im Haushalt so stehen hast.
In einem Land wo der Liter Diesel, Unterhaltungselektronik und viele Dinge des täglichen Lebens bei 300 Euro Durchschnittslohn so viel kostet wie bei uns, kann man sich denken warum.

Was aber einen riesen Unterschied zu Österreich und dem Bundesheer ausmacht ist die Tatsache dass man dort auch 60 MIG-29 kaufen könnte wenn das Geld da wäre, sich aber KEINER in der Bevölkerung darüber aufregen würde.

Die Bevölkerung dort weiss es noch zu schätzen wenn man sich und das Land verteidigen kann.


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Serbia Names New Defense Minister, Eyes Missile Defense Deal With Russia

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The latest move follows an announcement made Jan. 11 by Serbia’s Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic, who said his country has inquired Russia about the potential acquisition of S-300 surface-to-air missile systems by Belgrade. Vucic said this was related to plans by neighboring Croatia to expand its missile capabilities. Last year, Croatia asked the US government to provide it with 16 M270 multiple-launch rocket systems from its military surplus.

"Ballistic missiles and launching equipment that Croatia plans to buy have a range of 300 and 350 kilometers. Any place in central Serbia can be targeted from Zagreb or any other place," Vucic was quoted as saying by Russian news agency ITAR-TASS.


Will Serbien einen neuen Balkankrieg vom Zaun brechen? Was sind denn das für Rechtfertigungen für Rüstungskäufe?


Serbian Prime Minister and Minister of Defence visited Borbeni slozeni sistemi in Velika Plana (25. Juli 2015)

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Prime Minister announced that 18 NORAs would be allocated for the Serbian Armed Forces.

- Instead by 2018, as it was planned, our Armed Forces will receive six of them as soon as in the beginning of next year, and then the remaining 12, which will fulfill the SAF’s request by 2016 in this respect. We are beginning with the final acquisition of two Russian and two German helicopters, which will significantly increase our military and police helicopter units. Soon, by September next year, we will also have our aircraft in mint condition, five MiG 29 and three MiG 21 aircraft. We are also working on a Galeb 4 and I hope that we will soon be able to achieve good arrangements. From February and March, we expect to see the return of serial production of Lazar 2 here – Prime Minister Vucic announced, after the tour of the hall.



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Russia to donate MiG-29s, T-72s to Serbia

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Russia has agreed a major arms donation package with Serbia, following state meetings in Moscow on 21 December.

The main part of the donation is for six surplus MiG-29 'Fulcrum' fighter aircraft, a long-standing requirement for the Serbian Air Force. Also included in the deal was a donation of 30 T-72 tanks and 30 BRDM-2 armoured reconnaissance vehicles.

Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic and Russian Defence Minister Sergei Shoigu agreed on the donation on 21 December, with the formal agreement document expected to be signed on 23 December. Extensive discussions were also made over the donation or sale of air defence systems, with Serbia hoping to receive Buk-M2 and 2K22 Tunguska systems, however no sale was finalised. Instead the two parties agreed to continue talks with the expectation that an eventual arrangement will be made in 2017 or 2018, when Serbia is hoping to get a better procurement offer from Russia.

The MiG-29s are currently being decommissioned from the Russian Aerospace Forces and should be delivered to Serbia during 2017.

Russia's aircraft donation for Serbia includes one MiG-29A (9.12A) and three MiG-29S (9.13) single-seat fighters, plus a pair of twin-seat MiG-29UB (9.51) trainers. These aircraft are expected to need significant work on them to allow them to serve operationally with the Serbian Air Force until about 2030.



New Helicopters for the Serbian Armed Forces (28. Juni 2016)

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Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic, Minister of Defence Zoran Djordjevic, Minister of Interior Nebojša Stefanovic, Minister of Justice Nikola Selakovic, Deputy Chief of General Staff Lieutenant General Jovica Draganic and AF&AD Commander Major General Ranko Zivak with their associates, have attended the handover of Mi-17 helicopter between Ministry of Defence of the Republic of Serbia and the Ministry of Defence of the Russian Federation, at the Nikola Tesla Airport, today.

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According to Prime Minister Vucic, today's delivery is worth 25 million and 349 thousand euros, with all the spare parts, and although this is a very expensive investment, these aircraft will significantly improve the capacity of the transport aircraft. Prime Minister Vucic thanked the Ministry of Defence, Yugoimport SDPR and SMATSA, and everyone who helped in the purchase of these aircraft.

I am grateful and proud of the people because I saw that they are happy and satisfied that after 36 years we got new helicopters in the transport aviation.

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Speaking about the plans for equipping the AF&AD, Prime Minister Vucic, assessing the state of fighter aviation as critical, announced that the improvements are expected in this area as well and that more funds will be projected for fighter aviation in the budget for 2017 already, mainly for MiG 29 M2 type aircraft.

As regards combat aviation, there is slightly better situation when it comes to combat helicopters Orao (Eagle), Galeb (Seagull), where we have problems with spare parts and ordnance, but we are trying to improve this situation. Regarding the air defence and radar systems, we will have to purchase three-dimensional air surveillance radars and to improve and upgrade our air defence by medium-range missiles, and I believe that we will have the strength for all this in the next three years – the Prime Minister assessed adding that the resources of the fighter aviation are expiring in 2018 and 2019, so we must go into overhauling and extending their shelf-life.

The Serbian Armed Forces, as Prime Minister Vucic pointed out, will be better equipped and more modern, but during the next year, as he announced, fielding of the systems NORA, Lazar 3, as well as procurement of the state-of-the-art-equipment for 1,500 soldiers has been planned.

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- We have six Mi 8 transport helicopters and they are at the end of their career, being 35 years old, and now we received another two. Our plan and estimate is to have six and eight helicopters according to the possible dynamics. We are currently doing overhaul of two transport aircraft abroad that will contribute both to the increase of transport capacities within the country, as well as for the support of our forces that are deployed to peacekeeping operations, primarily the AN 26 plane – General Zivak said.



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Contract with Airbus Helicopters (28. Dezember 2016)

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Following the identified areas of cooperation in High Level Memorandum of Understanding signed between the Government of the Republic of Serbia and Airbus Group in October this year, Contract for procurement of nine H145M helicopters, associated services and industrial cooperation was signed between Airbus Helicopters and Ministry of Defence and Ministry of Interior of Republic of Serbia.

With this procurement, Serbian Air Force and Police are being equipped with latest generation helicopters to perform most demanding missions (transport, search & rescue, combat, medical evacuation, surveillance & security, etc.)

Scope of the signed contract includes:

    - Procurement of nine H145M helicopters with associated logistic support (spare parts, tools and documentation),

    - Transfer of technology for maintenance and repair of purchased helicopters,

    - Equipping, training and Certification of Aeronautical Plant "Moma Stanojlovic" as centre for maintenance of Gazelle helicopters, as well as MOMA inclusion in Airbus Helicopters overhaul network

    - Support to Serbian manufacturing plants and R&D institution in order to obtain relevant qualifications and certifications, combined with seeking of opportunities for engagement of Serbian industrial capabilities and procurement of its goods and services.



Serbia kupuje H145M

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Umowę w tej sprawie podpisano we środę w Belgradzie. Jej wartość i terminy dostaw nie zostały podane do publicznej wiadomości. Wiadomo tylko, że Ministerstwo Obrony Serbii zakupiło 6 H145M dla Vazduhoplovstva i protivvazdušnoj odbrany (VPO, wojsk lotniczych i obrony powietrznej). 3 kolejne wiropłaty tego typu nabyło Ministerstwo Spraw Wewnętrznych, dla podległej mu jednostki śmigłowców, stacjonującej w międzynarodowym porcie lotniczym im. Nikoli Tesli w Belgradzie.

Według niepotwierdzonych informacji 4 kolejne H145M mają przekazać Serbom Niemcy. Pozwoli to na zwiększenie floty VPO do 10 śmigłowców tego typu. Według planów Belgradu mają być one używane do zadań wojskowych i policyjnych (bojowych i zwalczania terroryzmu, obserwacji i dozoru granic, transportu osób i ładunków, poszukiwań i ratownictwa oraz ewakuacji medycznej).


An agreement on this was signed on Wednesday in Belgrade. Its value and delivery has not been made public. It is only known that the Ministry of Defence of Serbia has bought 6 H145M for Vazduhoplovstva i protivvazdušnoj Odbrana (VPO, air force and air defense). 3 consecutive rotorcraft of this type have been acquired by the Interior Ministry, the helicopter unit subordinated to it, stationed at the international airport Nikola Tesla in Belgrade.

According to unconfirmed information 4 consecutive H145M are delivered to the Serbs by Germany. This will increase the fleet of the VPO to 10 helicopters of this type. According to the plans of Belgrade, they are to be used for military and police (combat and anti terrorism, observation and surveillance of borders, transport of passengers and cargo, search and rescue and medical evacuation).




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Belarus to donate MiG-29s, Buk SAMs to Serbia

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Belarus has agreed to donate eight surplus MiG-29 'Fulcrum' fighter aircraft plus two Buk-M1 surface-to-air missile (SAM) air defence systems to Serbia.

The two countries signed a military-technical agreement on the donation on 26 January in Minsk.

In a statement given to the Serbian newspaper Politika after his return from Minsk, Serbian defence minister Zoran Djordjevic said that the equipment was donated free of cost, although Serbia will pay for the general overhaul and modernisation of the equipment in Belarus. The fighters and air defence systems are expected to join the Serbian military in 2018.



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Yugoimport-SDPR is building a new batch of Lazar 3s, which will be fitted with the Timoney-designed T900™ modular driveline system. The new drivelines will be delivered during 2017 and the completed vehicles soon afterwards.



Interview of Defence Minister for the show “Dozvolite” (8. Januar 2017)

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In his interview for the show “Dozvolite”, Djordjevic said that the Ministry of Defence and the Serbian Armed Forces had made a plan and there are several projects.

“The first one to be carried out is equipping the first 1,500 soldiers with the up-to-date equipment. After that we will equip another 1,500 soldiers”, the Defence Minister said adding that the investment is also planned in other branches of the Armed Forces.

“Besides MiGs which are expected to come, we will have the introduction of “Lasta” plane and placement of the total composition of “Orao” plane in use”, Djordjevic emphasized.

He said that it is planned to introduce gun-howitzer “NORA” and “Lazar” fighting vehicle in the armament by the end of 2017 and to start the modernization of four types of armoured personnel carrier.



Defence Minister visits Complex Combat Systems in Velika Plana (16. Dezember 2016)

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During his visit, the directors of “Yugoimport SDPR” and “Complex Combat Systems company” Jugoslav Petkovic and Ognjen Oliveric informed Minister Djordjevic about the current development and production programmes which include the production of “Nora” B-52 M15 self-propelled artillery system, “Lazar 3” 8x8 multipurpose armoured vehicle and the modernization of 4x4 armoured vehicles.

Mounting a turret for the prototype vehicle “Lazar 3”, which came yesterday from the Russian Federation is ongoing. A 30 mm cannon is installed on the turret, as well as 12.7 mm machine- gun and grenade launcher. Mounting and fixing is done by a three-member Russian team.

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The representatives of the company presented to Minister Djordjevic the projects of futher development of “Lazar” armoured vehicles, a new 4x4 armoured vehicle, as well as the current status of “Nora” system development with the project of modernization of 105-155 mm towed artillery.



March-Past on the Liberation Day of Novi Sad (24. Oktober 2016)

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Ceremonial delivery of special-purpose armored fighting vehicles to the Ministry of Interior (22. Juni 2016)

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After the offical speech and the demonstration, the Prime Minister and the Minister of Interior were presented the armored fighting vehicles. On this occasion, multi-role armored vehicle LAZAR 3 was shown to the general public for the first time.

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Twenty new vehicles were purchased for the Ministry of Interior, and by the end of the year six more are planned to be supplied to the Army and six to the Police Forces.



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Vozilo policijе borbеno M-15

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IDEX 2017: Lazar aims for Africa

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At IDEX the company is displaying two variants of the vehicle; the civilian variant that is used by the Serbian police, and a new military variant which is amphibious and fitted with a Russian 2A42A turret that has a 30mm cannon and coaxial 7.62mm machine gun or an anti-tank weapon.

The spokesperson said that the military variant is in testing by Serbia's independent military testing organisation and they are expecting the results this year. The Serbian police have been using the civilian variant of Lazar III for the past year on the border with Kosovo doing counter-terrorist operations. Its introduction had followed two years of testing.

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He has high hopes for the Lazar III and although the Serbian army has only a small budget the government is considering the new vehicles because they are still using the same equipment they had back in 1991 before the break-up of Yugoslavia.


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#Serbia Defence Minister pays a visit to #Leonardo's stand at #IDEX focusing on our #radar capabilities





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Нова оклопна возила за Војску Србије и Полицију

New armored vehicles for Army and Police

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Вучић је истакао да наша војска и полиција постају неупоредиво боље и модерније опремљене уз оклопна возила „Милош“ и „Лазар“, као и хаубице „Нора“ за Војску Србије. Такође, напоменуо је да је „Милош“ „4x4“ моћно оклопно возило, да ће шест добити САЈ, са митраљезом 12,7 мм, док ће Жандармерија добити шест „Лазара 3“. Војска Србије добија 12 „Лазара“ наоружаних топовима и 12 „Нора“ калибра 155 мм.


Vučić said that our army and police are becoming much better and more modern equipped with armored vehicles, "Milos" and "Lazar", and howitzers "Nora" for the Army of Serbia. Also, he noted that SAJ will get six "Milos" "4x4" heavily armored vehicles, with a 12.7 mm machine gun, while the Gendarmerie will get six "Lazar 3". The Army of Serbia gets 12 "Lazar" armed with cannons and 12 "Nora" caliber 155 mm.



VIŠENAMENSKO OKLOPNO BORBENO VOZILO 4x4, BOV M16 MILOŠ



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Serbia to Get Russian Mig-29 Fighter Jets 'Within Weeks'
(Source: TASS; posted March 27, 2017)

Serbia will receive six MiG-29 fighters from Russia in the coming weeks, and will only pay for their upgrade at a cost of up to €230 million. Belarus could also provide another eight on the same terms, as well as ground weapons. (Russian AF photo)
BELGRADE --- Six Mikoyan MiG-29 multipurpose fighter jets, which Russia has presented to Serbia as a gift, will arrive in the Balkan country ‘within several days or several weeks,’ Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic said after a meeting with the Russian president.

The fighter jets will enter service in the Serbian Air Force until the end of 2017 after repairs, the Serbian premier said.

"President Putin will sign a decree in the coming days to transfer the planes to us. Then, technical issues will have to be tackled: how to transport the planes, whether they should be disassembled into parts or one of the countries will provide its airspace for their flight. Of course, we favor the latter option because this is faster," the premier said.

As Vucic said, the agreements on the transfer of the Russian military hardware were approved personally by Putin.

"Putin personally approved all that we had talked with [Russian Defense Minister] Sergei Shoigu on 30 T-72S tanks, 30 BRDM-2s and six MiG-29 planes. So, Serbian citizens can be calm," Vucic said.

The Serbian premier also said Serbia adhered to the policy of military neutrality and stayed outside any military blocs.

As was reported earlier, Serbia will receive six MiG-29 fighter jets, 30 T-72 tanks and 30 BRDM-2 reconnaissance and patrol combat vehicles from Russia for free. The upgrade of the fighter jets will be carried out in three stages and will cost Serbia 180-230 million euros.

The sides are also holding talks on Buk-M1 and Buk-M2 short-range antiaircraft missile systems and the Tunguska air defense missile/gun complex.

Another eight MiG-29 fighter jets and two battalions of Buk surface-to-air missile complexes will be transferred to Serbia by Belarus on condition that Belgrade pays for their repairs and upgrade and this hardware will be delivered in 2018.


Therefore, the Serbian Armed Forces will receive 14 fourth-generation MiG-29 fighter planes, 30 T-72 tanks, 30 BRDM-2 reconnaissance and patrol combat vehicles, and also two battalions of Buk antiaircraft missile systems by late 2018, which will considerably strengthen the Balkan country’s defense potential.

Belgrade earlier signed a contract with Airbus Helicopters on the acquisition of nine H145M combat rotorcraft.


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Russia to donate MiG-29s, T-72s to Serbia

Russia has agreed to donate Serbia with an arms package that includes six MiG-29s and 30 T-72 tanks.

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Serbia is set to receive donated MiG-29 fighters and T-72 tanks from Russia
As part of the deal, Serbia is expected to pay Russian firms to overhaul the equipment
Russia has agreed a major arms donation package with Serbia, following state meetings in Moscow on 21 December.

The main part of the donation is for six surplus MiG-29 'Fulcrum' fighter aircraft, a long-standing requirement for the Serbian Air Force. Also included in the deal was a donation of 30 T-72 tanks and 30 BRDM-2 armoured reconnaissance vehicles.

Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic and Russian Defence Minister Sergei Shoigu agreed on the donation on 21 December, with the formal agreement document expected to be signed on 23 December. Extensive discussions were also made over the donation or sale of air defence systems, with Serbia hoping to receive Buk-M2 and 2K22 Tunguska systems, however no sale was finalised. Instead the two parties agreed to continue talks with the expectation that an eventual arrangement will be made in 2017 or 2018, when Serbia is hoping to get a better procurement offer from Russia.

The MiG-29s are currently being decommissioned from the Russian Aerospace Forces and should be delivered to Serbia during 2017.

Russia's aircraft donation for Serbia includes one MiG-29A (9.12A) and three MiG-29S (9.13) single-seat fighters, plus a pair of twin-seat MiG-29UB (9.51) trainers. These aircraft are expected to need significant work on them to allow them to serve operationally with the Serbian Air Force until about 2030.

These aircraft are intended to strengthen Serbia's weakening air policing capabilities. Currently Serbia can field three MiG-21UM twin-seat fighters modified to carry R-60 air-to-air missiles; a pair of more-modern MiG-29B (9.12B) single-seat fighters; and a sole MiG-29UB twin-seat trainer. All of these are stationed at Batajnica Air Base, near Belgrade. Serbia also has one more MiG-29B that has been grounded at Batajnica for many years.

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Serbia unveils ALAS-C missile system during 'Celik 2017' manoeuvres

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The exercise involved the participation of 560 Serbian military and police personnel and also served to demonstrate the latest developments within Serbia's defence industry, among which the most notable was the unveiling of the ALAS-C coastal defence missile developed by Belgrade-based company EDePro. During 'Celik 2017' a TV-guided ALAS-C was demonstrated destroying a moving target at a range of around 12.5 km: about half the weapon's current effective range of 25 km (although Serbian media have stated that this will be increased to 50 or even 60 km in future).

Developed to meet the requirements of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) armed forces, the ALAS-C is primarily designed to destroy hostile patrol boats. The system shown at Nikinci was mounted on a UAE-produced Nimr Automotive Haffet-class 6x6 light armoured vehicle that carried six missile canisters arranged in a rectangular shape (two rows of three canisters) that can be elevated and turned away from the unprotected cab.

The original TV-guided ALAS (Advanced Light Attack System), designed to destroy tanks and other AFVs as well as command posts, fortifications, and infrastructure, is being developed in two ground-to-ground variants: the ALAS-A, with a range of 25 km; and the ALAS-B, with a range of 60 km.


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