Latvian Army signs £39 million deal to buy 123 armoured vehicles from UK
On the first day of the NATO summit in Newport, UK defence secretary Michael Fallon announced a deal with Latvia to sell 123 surplus combat reconnaissance armoured vehicles. The Latvian Army will pay £39.4 million for the vehicles, including overhaul and refurbishment.
The vehicles will allow the Latvian armed forces to better transport infantry, reconnaissance teams, air defence sections and mortar fire controllers as well as provide vital battlefield capabilities including ambulances...
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