Serbia has exhibited various defense equipment, including the Aleksandar, a modernized version of the Serbian self-propelled howitzer Nora at the 8th International fair of arms and military equipment "Partner-2017" which would end Friday.
The Aleksandar is equipped with a 155mm gun and has a range of up to 30 kilometers, Sputnik news reported Friday.
Manufacturers from 21 countries and delegations from 50 took part in the 8th International fair of arms and military equipment "Partner 2017".
"It all began in the 1980s, when the self-propelled howitzer Nora, which was based on the Soviet-made 130mm M-46 cannon, was exported to Myanmar, Kenya, and Bangladesh.
Serbian military expert Aleksandar Radic also displayed the new Sumadija missile system equipped with a launcher capable of firing from 2 to 12 ground-to-surface missiles which have a range of up to 285 kilometers.
Also on display are the multi-purpose armored vehicle Lazar, the anti-aircraft missile and gun system PASARS, the ALAS missile system, the multitube rocket launch system Lanser and the full-track robotic platform Milos.