Workers at a Serbian arms depot
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Serbian arms production helps boost economy

Twelve years ago, Serbia was bombed by Nato planes. Yet next week, Belgrade plays host as Nato members gather for a strategic conference. The alliance is keen for the Balkan state to join, although polls show a large majority of Serbians are still against it.

There is one sector that has built itself back up since the Kosovan war, Serbia's arms industry.

Mark Lowen reports.

  • 10 Jun 2011
  • From the section Europe