Lithuania and another 10 NATO members states, as well as Finland, which is not a member of the Alliance, are considering joint procurement of critical ammunition for land forces in the future in an effort to secure lower prices, the Lithuanian Defense Minister said.
NATO HQ in Brussels

The defense ministers of Lithuania, Belgium, Denmark, Greece, Latvia, Spain, Poland, France, Slovakia, Slovenia, Turkey and Finland signed the respective statement of intent in Brussels on Thursday.

In the long-term, there are plans to harmonize inventories and, possibly, implement decisions on the joint storage and exchange of ammunition between the countries, the Lithuanian ministry said.

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