Tunisia Agrees To Buy Turkish Armored Vehicles

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  • 10:47 AM, January 6, 2020
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Tunisia Agrees To Buy Turkish Armored Vehicles

Turkey’s BMC defense company has won an order to supply 9 Medium Class Multi-Purpose Armored Vehicles (MPAVs) to Tunisia.

The contract was signed after the Turkish firm won the International Armored Vehicle Tender beating out manufacturers from US, Germany, France and Thailand, Daily Sabah reported Sunday.

The contract includes providing integrated logistical support solutions to Tunisia after the delivery of the midrange armored vehicles.

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