Finnland, Estland und Lettland: Entwicklung neuer Mannschaftstransportpanzer?

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Finnland, Estland und Lettland: Entwicklung neuer Mannschaftstransportpanzer?

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Finland, Estonia and Latvia signed a Letter of Intent concerning the development of armoured wheeled vehicle platform
The Ministers of Defence of Estonia and Latvia and the Permanent Secretary of the Finnish Ministry of Defence have on 17 December 2019 signed a trilateral Letter of Intent. In the Letter of Intent the Ministries of Defence of Estonia, Latvia and Finland express their intention to engage in common consultations, exploring the possibility to establish a cooperative programme for the development of platform for an armored personal carrier with increased mobility.

The objective of the cooperative programme would be to offer cost-effective solutions to each country’s capability requirements, which would first be harmonized to the extent possible. The development of a common vehicle platform could also provide increased value for money, interoperability and security of supply.

The Letter of Intent is non-binding and does not constitute any obligation to procure any service or product.
https://www.defmin.fi/en/topical/press_ ... 88_m=10141

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Latvija, Igaunija un Somija paraksta Nodomu vēstuli par izpētes procesa sākumu paaugstinātas mobilitātes platformu iegādei

https://www.mod.gov.lv/lv/zinas/latvija ... ugstinatas


Estonia, Finland and Latvia are planning the joint development of armoured vehicles
Pursuant to the agreement, consultations will begin for acquiring armoured vehicles for the Defence Forces of Estonia, Latvia and Finland within the framework of tri-lateral defence cooperation.

‘The letter of intent that was signed today is a most welcome beginning for the joint undertaking between Estonia, Latvia and Finland in acquiring new armoured vehicles. We agreed to carry out defence-related technical research, and I believe that our cooperation will yield a positive result,’ said Minister of Defence Luik.

The goal is to find an optimal solution for all three countries for increasing infantry mobility, with the initial plan being to reach procurement in 2024.
http://www.kaitseministeerium.ee/en/new ... d-vehicles

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Re: Finnland, Estland und Lettland: Entwicklung neuer Mannschaftstransportpanzer?

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Finland and Latvia agreed on developing an armoured vehicle system – a Patria vehicle chassis platform chosen for the development in-progress
On 29 January 2020, Finland and Latvia signed a Technical Arrangement on launching a development programme for sustained army mobility enhancement. Finland’s Minister of Defence Antti Kaikkonen and Latvia’s Minister of Defence Artis Pabriks signed the document for the participating nations.

The cooperation programme aims to develop a common armoured wheeled vehicle system. In case this development leads to vehicle system procurement in the future, the resulting common system enhances mobility, cost-efficiency, interoperability and security of supply of the armies of the participating nations.
With the Letter of Intent signed in December, Estonia together with Latvia and Finland has shown interests for acquiring armoured vehicles for their national armed forces. Based on national and multinational tests and evaluations, the vehicle chassis platform chosen for the development in-progress is a Finnish-made Patria 6x6 armoured wheeled vehicle chassis platform that meets the set capability requirements.

As the programme advances, public information on its progress will be released on a regular basis.
https://www.defmin.fi/en/topical/press_ ... 88_m=10192
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Latvija un Somija vienojas par bruņumašīnu sistēmas izstrādi uz “Patria” transportlīdzekļu bāzes

https://www.mod.gov.lv/lv/zinas/latvija ... rtlidzeklu
Dieselbe Vorgangsweise wie in der Slowakei. Finnland verfügt derzeit über 62 Patria AMV/XA-360 in MTPz-Konfiguration und 471 Sisu Pasi in verschiedenen Versionen.

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Re: Finnland, Estland und Lettland: Entwicklung neuer Mannschaftstransportpanzer?

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Milrem Robotics proposes Estonia to buy new armored vehicles from local consortium

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The Estonian ministry of Defence is planning to procure up to 300 new armored vehicles for the country’s defense forces in the next 10 years. In December 2019, Estonia, Latvia and Finland signed a letter of intent to begin consultations for acquiring armored vehicles within the framework of trilateral defense cooperation. It was planned that the Finnish company, Patria, would manufacture the new vehicles. However, the Estonian defense companies are now arguing that the vehicles should be made domestically, leaving the lion’s share of the up to €400-million investment in Estonia.
https://www.armyrecognition.com/april_2 ... rtium.html

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Re: Finnland, Estland und Lettland: Entwicklung neuer Mannschaftstransportpanzer?

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Estonia joins Finland and Latvia in armoured vehicle development programme
Estonia has signed a technical agreement with Finland and Latvia enabling it to continue to participate in the programme to develop military requirements and a platform for a common wheeled armoured vehicle, the Estonian Ministry of Defence (MoD) announced on its website on 6 April.
The MoD added that the platform could be a possible replacement of its older Pasi armoured vehicles, a decision on which will be made with the new Estonian national defence development plan.
https://www.janes.com/article/95403/est ... -programme


Estonia signs technical agreement to develop armoured vehicles
Within the framework of the agreement, Finland, Latvia and Estonia agreed on common technical requirements for the armoured vehicles platform to be developed and on the development of a vehicle prototype, the first results are planned to be achieved this year. Under the agreement, countries are free to choose their future partners for the vehicle maintenance, crew training and spare parts. Estonian Defence Forces currently have 140 armoured vehicles in their fleet, with approx. 100 that need to be replaced in the coming years. First vehicles will come to the end of their lifecycle in 2024.
https://www.kaitseministeerium.ee/en/ne ... d-vehicles


Estonia joins the development programme for sustained army mobility enhancement

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