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BELGRADE, January 12. /TASS/. Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin has recommended journalists to "arm themselves with patience" about details of military technical cooperation between Russia and Serbia
"Issues of military technical cooperation brook no spiel. Spieling is not what is needed for military technical cooperation. All the issues will be discussed and specified within the newly created commission of military technical cooperation. It will meet in the nearest future," he said on Tuesday at a news conference after the 14th session of the Russian-Serbian intergovernmental committee for trade, economic, scientific and technical cooperation.
When asked what he meant giving Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic a mockup Russian S-300 missile system as a present, Rogozin said, "As a man with a journalist diploma I knew you would like my present to Vucic."
"We confirm the Serbian Defense Ministry’s reports that a list of the Serbian army’s demands had been drawn. We will thoroughly study it and will satisfy these demands as far as possible," he said.
"Please arm yourself with patience. Suspense is in place, so, just you wait," he added.