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Jordan buys outdated Polish T-72 main battle tanks

Poland’s Military Property Agency (AMW) has agreed to the sale of its outdated T-72 main battle tanks to the Armed Forces of Jordan. Sources in Jordan confirmed that Poland has completed its deal with Armed Forces of Jordan to sell its T-72 tanks.

Poland’s Military Property Agency (AMW) has reached an agreement with the authorities in Amman regarding a sale of old T-72 tanks.

Jordan also confirmed that it would take part in MSPO International Defence Industry Exhibition in Poland. The Polish defense industry plans to unveil updated version of T-72 for Jordan At MSPO.


The MSPO International Defence Industry Exhibition, which takes place in Kielce, Poland from 6-9 September 2016.

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