Kazakhstan and Poland to start joint production of armored vehicles.

By bne IntelliNews November 22, 2012
Kazakh Technoexport and Polish Unimor Radiocom will build a wheeled armored vehicle plant in Kazakhstan, Berik Kuzhybayev form the Kazakh company has informed. The production will be exported as well as used by the Kazakh forces. The companies will sign a relevant agreement soon, the Kazakh official informed. Under the deal, Kazakhstan will test 2 Polish vehicles with different types of arms. If the testing is a success, the Kazakh company will launch the production project. According to a source in the Kazakh delegation, the companies are going to produce armored vehicles called Rosomak. Poland will also hand over its technology for production of aeronautical radio station to Kazakhstan. The relevant agreement was already signed during the Kazakh-Polish business forum organized by Kaznex Invest

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