Lithuania signs USD 0.5bn deal with Israeli weapon maker

Lithuania has closed a deal with the Israeli weapon company “Rafael” and will get new-generation missiles and remote controlled weapon stations, according to the Israeli newspaper “Yedioth Ahronoth”.
A Latvian soldier, foreground, scans the terrain through the scope of his Spike anti-tank weapon Photo Captain Mark Ruban Public Affairs Officer Operation REASSURANCE Land Task Force

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