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Serbia unveils new Chinese-made CH-92A UAV

8th July 2020 - 10:30 GMT | by Tim Martin in London


Serbia has shown off a fleet of new fixed-wing CH-92A UAVs bought from China for the first time.

In a 4 July presentation held at the Batajnica Air Base, President Aleksandar Vučić confirmed that six of the systems have been acquired in addition to 18 missiles, thereby enabling a strike capability.

The deal distinguishes Serbia as the first country from the Balkans region to introduce armed UAVs. The CH-92As can be equipped with FT-8 air-to-surface missiles which are capable of engaging threats up to nine km.

Manufactured by the China Aerospace and Technology Corporation, design and performance specifications of the

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Tim Martin


Tim Martin

Tim Martin is Air Editor for Shephard Media, based in Belfast. 

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