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Israeli giant deal: Radar systems were sold to the Czech Republic As part of the $ 125 million deal

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  1. dani191

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    Israeli giant deal: Radar systems were sold to the Czech Republic
    As part of the $ 125 million deal, Israel will provide Czechs with radar systems developed in the Alta division of the aerospace industry. The systems are also suitable for synchronization on NATO platforms. Part of the production will be done in the Czech defense industries
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    The radar system sold to the Czech Republic. Photo: Courtesy of IAI

    Israel signed a security agreement to sell Israeli radar systems to the Czech Republic. The signing was performed at a solemn ceremony in the Ministry of Defense in the Czech capital Prague. The contract was signed by Czech Defense Minister Lubomir Metner, Czech Deputy Minister of Procurement, Philip Rih The Sibbet Security Export Division in the Ministry of Defense, Brig. Gen. (res.) Yair Coles. The agreement between the countries includes the export of eight MMR radar systems ('Iron Dome' multi-mission radars), developed in the Alta division of the aerospace industry, totaling $ 125 million.

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    Aerospace radar systems, which are a major part of Israel's multi-tiered defense systems - "Iron Dome" and "David's Sling," will be provided to the Czech Ministry of Defense during the years 2021-2023. The systems are compatible with NATO defense systems And will be incorporated, inter alia, into the United States' control and control systems. The agreement between the countries includes the transfer of technology and knowledge from Israel to the Czech Republic and industrial cooperation, in which around 30% of radar components are manufactured in the Czech Republic in local defense industries, transport and integration of the aerospace industry.

    Defense Minister Brigadier General (Res.) Yair Coles said: "Today, Israel and the Czech Republic are closing a historic circle. The Czech Republic, which stood by us and provided us with weapons upon the establishment of the state, acquires air defense capability from the most advanced in the world. The agreement signed today will further strengthen Israeli companies and security relations between Israel and the Czech Republic. It is an expression of confidence in the capabilities of the Israeli security system, in our excellent industries and in the capabilities of technologies to address the threats that are plaguing the entire world. We hope this agreement opens the door for further cooperation with the Czech Republic and other NATO countries. "

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    Czech Defense Minister Lubomir and Tenner also referred to the signing of the agreement, saying: "The agreement to purchase eight radars" Iron Dome "is one of the major modernization projects of the Czech army and especially of our air defense forces. With the signing of the agreement, we begin the process of ending dependence on outdated Russian systems and, at the same time, equipping a modern system with proven operational experience, a long-term strategic partner, such as the State of Israel.

    "Alta's technological advancements," said Yoav Turgman, CEO and chief of the aerospace industry, "Israel's radar and intelligence house are integrated with advanced air defense systems that protect our soldier and civilian front and rear. The MMR radar is based on the most advanced technologies and significantly improves the reliability of aerial image and situational awareness and is able to effectively address a wide range of targets. "

    "The signing of the contract with the Czech Republic reflects the success of the radar, which is a key component of lightning-type systems, a sling heater (magic wand) and an iron dome. To date, over 100 systems have been sold worldwide. The aerospace industry is proud to provide the Czech Republic with the best radar system that will advance the capabilities of the Czech Air Force and enable it to deal with a variety of air threats, ”another Turgeman said.
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    We have seen Israeli "State of the art" tech was blown out of the sky on 27 Feb and left your technology and pilot with us. Good for a small country for a small Army to protect from rocket threat. but we have seen the performance of iron dome against the Palestine Swarmp attack.
     
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