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Romania plans to order Spike LR2 anti-tank missiles

By Defence Industry Europe

The Romanian Ministry of National Defence intends to acquire an additional batch of Spike LR2 anti-tank guided missiles. The value of the contract, scheduled to be signed shortly, can reach approximately EUR 85 million, according to local Romanian media.

 

The Romanian Armed Forces currently operate Spike family anti-tank missiles.

In 2018, Bucharest decided to acquire Spike ER missiles from the Israeli defence company Rafael. Missiles from this batch were integrated into IAR-330 SOCAT helicopters.

This time, Romania intends to purchase anti-tank weapons from Eurospike, a joint venture of Rafael, Diehl Defence, and Rheinmetall.

 

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According to the Romanian website profit.ro, the international arms trade company Romtehnica already signed a framework agreement with Eurospike.

This framework agreement will be the basis for the new executive contract.

 

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