Partner 2023 Day 3 Defense Exhibition Belgrade Serbia discover global military products


Published on 09/28/2023 – Last Updated on 09/28/2023 by OTC

Welcome to Day 3 of our exclusive coverage at the Partner 2023 defense exhibition in Belgrade, Serbia. Today, the Army Recognition editorial team brings you an in-depth look at the international defense industry’s presence at this prestigious event. For the first time in the exhibition’s history, we also witness the participation of Iran, marking a significant moment in the defense sector. Join us as we explore the latest innovations, collaborations, and insights from the global defense community.

Summary of this video:
00:00 INTRO
00:15 Overview of the International Defense Industry at Partner 2023 in Belgrade, Serbia
01:31 Chinese Company NORINCO presents its full range of combat vehicles
02:24 Chinese Company CPMIEC displays different types of air defense systems as well as cruise and ballistic missiles
02:44 Serbian Company PR-DC has developed solutions for combat drones armed with machine guns, rocket launchers, and mortar bombs
07:01 Iranian defense industry exhibits for the first time at Partner 2023
08:17 Milosh 1 and Milosh 2 a new generation of armed UGV Unmanned Ground Vehicles
10:21 French company Texelis supplied axles and suspension systems for Lazar 3 8×8 armored vehicles and Milosh 1/2 4×4 armored vehicles
13:26 Contact details of Army Recognition Group communication agency and media for the Global Defense Industry
13:42 OUTRO

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