Serbian-Made 30mm Grenades Delivered to Ukrainian Military for AGS-17 Grenade Launchers
The Ukrainian military received Serbian M93P1 30mm grenades for AGS-17 automatic grenade launchers.
M93P1 30mm grenades are made by the Serbian defense company Sloboda.
Ammunition for AGS-17, which was supplied to the Ukrainian military, was manufactured in 2023.
M93P1 from Sloboda weighs 360 grams and is able to hit targets at a distance of 1,700 meters.
Presumably, ammunition was delivered to Ukraine through the third country that ordered it.
Earlier, the President of Serbia said that he did not mind his country selling ammunition to intermediaries sending it to Ukraine.
The President of Serbia stressed that profit from arms and ammunition sales is significant for his country, even though weapons can get to third countries.
Thus, the Ukrainian Armed Forces have already received ER Grad 2000 122mm rockets, Serbian M62P10 120mm mortar rounds, and M68P1 82mm mortar rounds from Serbia.
The ER Grad 2000 122mm rockets exceed the capabilities of similar rockets in the arsenal of the Ukrainian army.
At the same time, in February 2023, it became known that Serbia would refuse to acquire a Russian MiG-29 due to sanctions.
In July, a shipment of HMMWV was sent from the United States to the Serbian Army.
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