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.
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