Estonia signs largest ever defence deal for 44 infantry combat vehicles
Estonia has put pen to paper on its largest defence procurement contract to date with the $171 million deal to buy 44 infantry combat vehicles from the Netherlands.
The Estonian Defence Forces will acquire the CV90 infantry vehicles from the Dutch government and are expected to enter service in 2016.
"The infantry vehicles will take the Estonian defence ability to a new level," Defence Minister Sven Mikser said.
The deal comes at a time of increased regional tension as Russia continue...
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