Romania acquires attack helicopters. Possible agreement with the US

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By Jerom Bolt
The Minister of Economy, Niculae Bădălău, today, on the occasion of the ministry’s balance sheet for 2019, spoke about the purchase of helicopters for the Romanian Army.
The Romanian official stressed the need for such a purchase and announced a possible agreement with the United States over a five-year period, an agreement that would be concluded by the end of this year.
“The Romanian Army needs attack helicopters. There is a rather profound discussion about attack helicopters with the United States. We have nowhere to do, not just what has happened, but what the Romanian army has in common. We have talked about the new radar. It is very likely that by the end of the year we will have a five-year production agreement with the United States, “Niculae Bădălău said in a presentation of the balance sheet of the Ministry of Economy.
Six months ago, Bell Helicopter was approached by the Ministry of Economy with the proposal to consider Romania as an industry opportunity.
In November 2016, the American company Bell Helicopter signed a memorandum of understanding with IAR-Ghimbav for a potential collaboration that would consist of technical support if Romania buys the AH-1Z Viper attack helicopter.

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