Russia will supply Pantsir-S air defense systems to Serbia in the next few months in accordance with the signed agreement, Serbian state news agency said on Wednesday.

Matthew Palmer, the special envoy of the U.S. for the Western Balkans, warned Serbia earlier that the purchase of Russian weapons “poses a risk” of U.S. sanctions.

According to Serbia’s state news agency Tanjug, Pantsir-S air defense systems, the short and medium-range missile and anti-aircraft system, are scheduled to be delivered to Serbia within a few months.

Alexander Mikheev, head of Russian official arms exporter company Rosoboronexport, said there will be

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