Raytheon, PGZ sign contracts on delivery of Polish Patriot batteries

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Companies belonging to Polish defence firm Polish Armaments Group (PGZ) and America's Rayhtheon have signed agreements related to the delivery of Patriot launchers to the Wisla air defence system, PGZ announced on Wednesday.

The contracts, signed by the Research-Development Centre Maritime Technology Centre, the Military Industrial Electronic Joint Stock Company and the Tarnow Mechanical Plant with Raytheon, cover cooperation in the delivery of services and materials essential to the building of Poland's Wisla air defence system.

Parent company PGZ said "the deals open the opportunity for Polish plants to export their own products and services to other Patriot country-partners."