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Vucic: Serbia, Hungary Fighting Terrorism Together

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Archive / News | 24.04.23 | access_time 09:06

Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic and Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban (PrintScreen/twitter)

Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said on April 22 that he had discussed Serbia's and Hungary's joint fight against terrorism with Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban.

“We can’t call it any other way, because Hungary is a NATO member state, and Serbia is not, and it doesn’t want to be. We want to protect our neutral military status, but in many areas of fighting terrorism and the use of modern military and police resources, we will cooperate in every way, which includes production, exercises and training and all other forms” of cooperation, Vucic said to reporters during an Army of Serbia’s combat readiness demonstration in the Belgrade suburb of Batajnica.

The Serbian president said that part of Serbia’s state-of-the-art weapons and equipment was presented in Batajnica, and that the CH-95 unmanned aerial vehicle debuted during the event as well. Vucic also said that Serbia would continue to develop its own drones. “We have placed orders for them, and by the end of the year you will be able to see our kamikaze drones, which we have already purchased and booked,” Vucic said.

“It is our duty to protect peace, and you can only protect peace and people if you have a strong army. We will keep developing ours. This exercise I rate as 'very good' and my congratulations to the troops,” Vucic said.

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