Georgia to Export New Armoured Vehicle to Middle Eastern Country

05.03.2020 MENA
Georgia to Export New Armoured Vehicle to Middle Eastern Country

Georgia to Export New Armoured Vehicle to Middle Eastern Country

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As a result of active work on the international market of military equipment, a new Georgian armoured vehicle, the “DIDGORI MEOMARI” with a 120 mm mortar module, will be exported under an agreement made between the Scientific-Technical Centre “DELTA” and a Middle Eastern country.

The first batch of the “DIDGORI MEOMARI” with a 120 mm mortar module, worth tens of millions, will be delivered to the armed forces of one of the Middle Eastern countries.

Keeping up with the latest trends in 2018, specialists from “DELTA” have developed a 120 mm mortar module prototype for the “DIDGORI MEOMARI" armoured vehicle, of which the first public screening was held at international defence exhibition IDEX 2019.

The purpose of a 120 mm mortar “MEOMARI” is to provide fire support to brigade or battalion sized units. Considering the armoured platform, high mobility, and the minimum amount of time required to capture and leave combat positions, the vehicle can provide support fire for mechanized units during wartime operations.

According to the wishes of the potential customer, the combat vehicle can be equipped with various models of internal and external interconnection radios, global navigation systems, inertial navigation systems (GPS / INS), Mortar Fire Control System (MFCS), Battlefield information management, Command and Control C2 / C3 / C4 / C4i systems.

 
 



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