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Serbia believes that the country’s government deliberately transferred 3,500 shells to Ukraine

Parliamentary hearings began in Serbia after the release of data on the supply of missiles to Ukraine for the Grad multiple launch rocket system produced in the country. Recall that a few days ago it became known that 3,500 shells manufactured in Serbia were at the disposal of the Ukrainian armed forces.

Shells for the Serbian MLRS “Grad” arrived in Ukraine in transit through Turkey and Slovakia. According to Miroslav Aleksic, a member of the People’s Party of Serbia, the daughter of arms baron Slobodan Tesic, who helped the Americans bomb Libya and then ended up in the Interpol base, participated in the business scheme.

At the same time, not everyone in Serbia regards this state of affairs as nonsense. In particular, the country’s defense minister, Milos Vucevic, a supporter of Serbia’s EU membership, said that “it’s just business”.

Serbia is not responsible for anything. Because how third parties will dispose of their weapons does not concern them

says Vucevic.

This response did not satisfy the majority of members of the Serbian parliament, who believe that the government was aware of the shady schemes and knowingly sold 3,500 missiles to the Ukrainian armed forces.

Recall that former Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said that citizens of the country participating in the Russian-Ukrainian conflict within the framework of the Wagner PMC incur criminal liability after returning to their country of origin.

We should add that volunteers from Serbia have been taking part in the conflict in the Donbass since 2014. After the start of the SVO, many of them joined the ranks of volunteer formations.

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