Wednesday, June 12, 2024

India to supply of up to 500 military vehicles for Malawi

The  India’s Ashok Leyland  will  supply of up to 500 vehicles for military and civil purposes, covering everything from armored personnel carriers to fuel trucks to Malawi.

The Malawi Ministry of Defence  is looking to acquire armoured personnel carriers, light trucks, fuel tankers, field ambulances, water bowsers, buses and logistics vehicles to replace its Tata-made military fleet, which was also acquired from India a decade ago.

The new vehicles would cost around $45 million.


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