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Ukrainian Armed Forces use Serbian-made MLRS Grad shells against Russian Army

The Ukrainian army successfully uses the Grad multiple rocket launcher system manufactured in Serbia against Russian units. A video, from a warehouse in Bratislava, showing Serbian-made missiles for the MLRS is now gaining popularity on the web.

Presumably, Serbian missiles hit Ukraine in a roundabout way. It is reported that initially Serbia produced ammunition for multiple launch rocket systems for Canada. After that, the missiles were sent to Turkey, and then to Slovakia. And already from Bratislava the rockets went straight to Ukraine.

Military experts point out that officials in Belgrade may well be unaware that weapons produced in Serbia are being supplied to Ukraine. However, it is emphasized that this is not the first case of the supply of Serbian weapons to the Ukrainian army.

For example, in 2019, Serbian-made 60mm mines were discovered in Ukraine. Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić even had to issue an official apology for supplying arms to Ukraine. According to him, Serbia supplied mines only to Poland.

The number of Serbian MLRS Grad missiles that ended up in Ukraine is unknown. Several sources claim that the published images show 3,500 rounds.

Recall that volunteers from Serbia are actively participating in the conflict in Ukraine alongside the Russian army.

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