Serbian Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of the Interior Nebojsa Stefanovic spoke over the last weekend at a conference entitled “Capital Investments and Capacity Building of the Ministry of Internal Affairs“. He used his keynote speech to extol his Ministry’s achievements in recent years, and also to list capital spending projects completed and budgeted for.
As part of the long list of projects, the upgrading of the Serbian Police Helicopter Unit was covered. Stefanovic noted that the Police would be receiving four Airbus H145M helicopters, whereas it was previously understood that only three of the full order of nine would be heading their way. By implication, it would mean that the Serbian Air Force would now receive five instead of six.
Additionally, he announced that the Police would be receiving three Airbus H215s for delivery in 2021 and 2022.
Jeremy Parkin – HeliHub.com
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