Libya received regular anti-tank Chrysanthemum-C

Russia handed over another batch of modern anti-complexes "Chrysanthemum-C." There were transferred 10 military vehicles in addition to the four previously delivered. The first combat vehicles were sent to Libya in 2010, during the regime of Gaddafi.
 The ceremony took place on September 24 at the base of Mitiga Air. The event was attended by the Chief of Staff, General Abdel-Salam Jadallah Obeidi and the Chief of Staff of the Army of Libya, General Yousef Abu Hajar, together with Russian Ambassador to Libya, Ivan hammers, and representatives of the Russian delegation.

"Chrysanthemum-C" — the most modern Russian anti-tank missile system and the most powerful of all of the world. The complex is designed Kolomna KBM, which is part of the holding Rostekhnadzor "High-precision complex."

Built on the chassis of the new Russian infantry fighting vehicle BMP-3 mobile launcher "Chrysanthemums" can just as easily go on the road at a speed of 70 km / h, as well as boosting the rivers and other water obstacles.

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