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Norway, Germany signs contract for Naval Strike Missile

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NEW DELHI (BNS): Kongsberg Defence & Aerospace AS has entered into  contract with the Norwegian Defence Materiel Agency worth 220M NOK for a cooperation agreement on the Naval Strike Missile (NSM).

The Norwegian Government announced that it has entered into a strategic cooperation with Germany for acquisition of new submarines while Germany plans to acquire the NSM for their Navy.

The two countries will cooperate in a long-term development of the NSM for their vessels. This contract is the first phase in this cooperation, Konsberg said in a statement.

“This contract is an important milestone in a long-term Norwegian-German cooperation on missiles. The NSM is a product of the unique triangle cooperation developed between the defence industry, FFI and the Armed Forces”, said Eirik Lie, President Kongsberg Defence & Aerospace AS.

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