Israeli company has won a tender for the supply of mobile radars for the Czech military, Defence Minister Martin Stropnický informed on Wednesday. The eight radars, which should replace the outdated Soviet technology, are expected to cost 2.9 billion crowns. The Czech Army should receive them by the end of 2021. Another three companies from France, Britain and Sweden have also taken part in the tender. The 3D radio-locators will be partly produced in the Czech Republic, the minister has said.
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