The Ministry of Defense reported on the purchase of weapons through the NATO agency in 2020
The Ministry of Defense has published a report on procurement for the Armed Forces of Ukraine through the NATO Agency in 2020.
2020 was the first year that Ukraine began procurement through the NATO Support and Procurement Agency (NSPA).
So in the year the Ministry of Defense purchased 1,200 sets of winter suits for special forces.
60 modules for bath and laundry services were purchased.
These modules allow washing of personnel and washing of things in the field.
7,500 TOR-D ballistic helmets were also purchased.
TOR-D helmets are a light version of the TOR ballistic helmet produced by the Ukrainian company UaRms.
In 2020, the US ballistic laboratory Chesapeake Testing confirmed the compliance of ballistic helmets TOR-D.
According to the results of testing 6 samples, it was found that the TOR-D helmets fully comply with the level of protection IIIA according to the standard NIJ 0106.01.
It will be recalled that the first purchase through the Agency for the needs of the Armed Forces of Ukraine was the purchase of a caterpillar belt for BMP-1 and BMP-2 infantry fighting vehicles.
In January, the Department of Military-Technical Policy, Armament Development and Military Equipment of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine placed an order for 2021.
The order applies to the purchase directly from manufacturers also through the Agency of samples of weapons of a certain range within the state defense order.
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