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Portugal’s Army to get new missiles in €32 million NATO deal

Portugal’s Army is to be supplied with new radar and air defence missiles at a cost of €32 million in a contract stretching to 2026, according to Defence Minister, José Azeredo Lopes.

The purchase order signed by Lopes indicates that the weapon systems are for “anti-aircraft protection of military forces and the protection of sensitive places and high-visibility events.”


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