The Czech army has signed a deal with the Czech producer Blažek to buy new uniforms, a spokesman for the Ministry of Defence said. The military will buy over 57,000 summer tunics and trousers in beige and green for around 36 million crowns. Three firms took part in the tender; one of them, Koutný, last year won a 28.8 million contract to supply all-year uniforms for the military.
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