RIGA — According to a BNS report on March 1, Latvia’s defence minister Raimonds Vejonis confirmed that Latvia has just signed an agreement for the purchase of 123 military armoured personnel vehicles – that are between 20 and 30 years old ... mostly constructed in the 1970s. Minister Vejonis added that they will be fitted out with the latest armaments and monitoring systems “that will allow our foot soldiers to move about under conditions of war but safe from enemy bullets. The function of these vehicles is to be able to manoeuvre through Latvia&rsq...
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