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The Russian Foreign Ministry has expressed concern over the supply of ammunition to the Ukrainian Armed Forces by Serbia Russia

The official representative of the Russian Foreign Ministry, Maria Zakharova, commented on the information about the supply of ammunition from Serbia to Ukraine.

“Incoming information, of course, concerns us most. This is too serious a matter, including from the point of view of Russian-Serbian relations, to react now on substance – it must be based on facts”, noted the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Earlier it was reported that a shipment containing 3.5 thousand M-21 122mm missiles for the Grad rocket launcher was seen in a warehouse in Slovakia. The shells were supplied by Serbia, but ultimately destined for Ukraine.

Later, images of Serbian missiles with an extended range became public – from 20 to 40 km. According to experts, the Serbian supplier knew where the ammunition would go and tried to hide its origin.

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