The Swiss government has issued the request for tender for a new long-range surface-to-air defense system through its defense procurement agency, Armasuisse, for the countrys Air 2030 program. Under its Air2030, Switzerland is aiming to procure new combat aircraft and ground-based defences in a programme valued at CHF8 billion ($8
Turkey has signed joint missiles development contract with French and Italian firms during President Recep Tayyip ErdoÄŸan's visit to France on Friday. The deal for a long-range air missile system development and production project has been awarded to French-Italian consortium Eurosam and its Turkish partners Aselsan and Roketsan, Daily Sabah reports
Turkey will discuss the procurement of an anti-missile system with France and Italy during a NATO ministerial meeting scheduled for November 8 and 9 in Brussels. Ankara had reached an initial understanding with a French-Italian consortium, Eurosam on July 14, 2017 to develop Turkeys national defense systems
Turkey has signed an agreement with fellow NATO members France and Italy to develop its national missile defense systems, the Turkish defense minister said on Friday. Turkish companies would work with Italian-French missile maker consortium Eurosam, defense minister Fikri Isik said on Friday speaking during a reception at the French embassy in Ankara,
Turkey is continuing negotiations with Italian-French consortium, Eurosam for the purchase SAMP/Taster 30 long range missile defense system. According to a report by Daily Sabah Sunday, Turkey is edging towards purchasing the missile defense system from Eorosam instead of Russian S-400 despite recent closeness with Moscow
Russian KRET and foundation for advanced studies (FPI) are developing a phased array antenna on the principles radiofotoniki at an estimated cost of US$ 11.4 million (680 million rubles)
Turkey may consider renegotiating a possible $3.4 billion HQ-9 long range air and anti-missile defense systems deal with China
The NATO Support Agency (NSPA) an NATO Support Organisation and the Organisation for Joint Armament Cooperation (OCCAR) signed a joint agreement to launch the acquisition phase of the Multinational Multi Role Tanker Transport (MRTT) Fleet (MMF) under the lead of the Netherlands on November 21. Participating in the signing ceremony was the NSPA General Manager Mike Lyden and Tim Rowntree, OCCAR Director, along with Rini Goos, Deputy Chief Executive, European Defence Agency (EDA)
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