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Mr. Alexandr Vondra

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Mr. Vlastimil Picek

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Mr. Petr Gandalovič

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Gen. Mieczyslaw Bieniek

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Mr. Richard Froh

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Mr. Troels Oerting

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Mr. David Wallace

000407-sukhorukov


Mr. Aleksander Sukhorukov

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Mr. Ekrem Spahiu

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Mr. Miloš Koterec

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Col. Christian Helmstetter

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Maj. Gen. O. B. Saparov

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Mr. Zoran Šajinović

001210-shcherbenko


Mr. Igor Shcherbenko

001210-smirnova


Ms. Yulia Smirnova

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Col. Oleg Vashchenko

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Mr. Cihangir Aksit

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Mr. Cesare Balducci

001900-smit


Mr. Robbert Smit

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A. B. Esengraev

001902-genne


Maj. V. A. Genne

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Lt. A. B. Azhibaev

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Mr. Suleyman Anil

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Col. Piotr Grzybowski

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Mr. Gabriel Merňák

002101-hoffman


Dr. Romuald Hoffmann

002101-ilavsky


Col. Ivan Ilavský

002101-przyjemski


M.Sc. Wladyslaw Przyjemski

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Dr. Barnabás Tomka

002106-smith


Col. Randy Lee Smith

002511-didier


Mr. Frederic Didier
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Military Vehicles on Order from the Czech Republic

As per inputs, Libya has struck a €38 million deal with the Czech Republic to buy 350 amphibious armoured vehicles. The order will include the amphibious BRDM, a wheeled combat reconnaissance vehicle armed with two machine guns, and the BVP-1, a tracked infantry fighting vehicle. Both types are amphibious, able to operate on land and sea. A further 300 vehicles already owned by the military are to be modernised, in Libya, as part of the deal.

However, Libya is not yet permitted to buy arms. Excalibur Army, TATRA and VOP CZ, firms which will supply and upgrade vehicles, are apparently concerned that the deal may fall through because ammunition cannot be included in the sale.

The Czech Government would not allow ammunition to be exported to Libya for the time being. However, it is probable that Libya already has ammunition suitable for use with the new vehicles.

Before the revolution, the Czech Republic was one of the top ten countries supplying Libya with weaponry, munitions and related equipment, following the 2003 lifting of the 1992 arms embargo on the country. It sold almost €2 million worth of military vehicles to Libya in 2007 and, the year before, sold €421,000 worth of toxic agents to the country.

NCIA Declares Intent of an International Tender

NCIA has declared intent (NOI - Notification of Intent) of an international tender for the acquisition of “Consultancy Framework for Modernisation and Rationalisation of NATO Technology Infrastructure”.

The contract will last for three years with a possible extension. The expected volume of the contract is about 2 million EUR for the first year. The successful candidate will be excluded from the possibility to participate in the realisation of modernisation of IT infrastructure within the NATO. The tender will be published during February 2013 and the deadline for submitting offers should in April. The contract is to be signed in June 2013.

Kindly find the NOI here. FSEC 2012 was, among other international organisations and agencies, supported by the NCIA.

Bulgaria Announces Tender for Runway Lights Replacement Worth 165,000 EUR

The Bulgarian MoD has started an international tender for runway lights replacement at Graf Ignatievo Airbase. The project is included in Capability Package CP 5A0062 “Provide operational facilities in seven new nations” funded at 25”B” by NATO Security Investment Program (NSIP).

Rough estimated cost of the contract is 165,000 EUR. Deadline for submitting the Declaration of Eligibility is 15 Feb 2013. Closing date for bidding is on 02 Apr 2013. For more information please kindly find the NOI here.

Col Dimitar Zlatarov, PhD, Head of Investment Activities Coordination Department, MoD of Bulgaria, was among the wide group of international procurement experts, armament directorate representatives, buyers and decision makers participating in the Future Soldier Exhibition & Conference 2012. Do not miss the opportunity to discuss business opportunities with participating professionals at FUTURE FORCES Exhibition & Conference taking place on 15-17 Oct 2014 in Prague, Czech Republic! Kindly find the FF14 Application Form here.

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