Latvia orders Carl-Gustaf ammunition
Saab has received an $18.7 million order for ammunition for the Carl-Gustaf weapon system from the Latvian Ministry of Defence, the company announced on 24 October.
The order is a part of a framework agreement signed between Saab and the Swedish Defence Materiel Administration where Latvia can place orders for grenade ammunition from Saab.
The Latvian armed forces have been using Carl-Gustaf weapon system for more than 20 years.
Employing a wide range of ammunition types, the Carl-Gustaf system allows dismounted soldiers to neutralise armoured vehicles, clear obstacles and defeat enemies in buildings.
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