Estonia, Latvia and Finland sign armoured vehicle LoI
The governments of Estonia, Latvia and Finland signed a trilateral Letter of Intent on 17 December for the development of an armoured wheeled vehicle platform.
The three countries will engage in consultations, exploring the possibility of establishling a cooperative programme for the development of an armoured personal carrier with increased mobility.
The cooperative programme would aim to offer cost-effective solutions that meet each country’s capability requirements with a common vehicle platform, offering increased value for money, interoperability and security of supply.
The Letter of Intent is non-binding and does not constitute any obligation to procure any service or product.
More from Land Warfare
Bundeswehr orders 57 Rheinmetall heavy trucks
The German Bundeswehr has ordered 57 HX81 trucks worth over €50 million from Rheinmetall.
Poland forges ahead with air defence integration
Poland is exploring integrating Northrop Grumman's IBCS command and control system with the short-range elements of its multi-layer air defence network as it seeks to accelerate delivery of the capability.
Turkiye's Tayfun ballistic missile heads for mass production after second test firing
The second test firing in May used a different mobile launcher to the first, as developer Roketsan says the short-range ballistic missile is ready for mass production.