DefMin Tilvar congratulates Rheinmetall for deciding to become member of the Romanian defence industry family

DefMin Tilvar congratulates Rheinmetall for deciding to become member of the Romanian defence industry family

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Romanian Defence minister Angel Tilvar congratulated Rheinmetall for its decision to become a "member of the family of the defense industry in Romania", by acquiring the majority share package of the Automecanica Medias company, the ministry says in a statement sent to AGERPRES. CE Report quoting Agerpres

A strong national defence industry will strengthen Romania's position on a regional and international level, he said, when meeting, on the sidelines of the Munich Security Conference, with Armin Papperger, CEO of the German company Rheinmetall AG.

The main topic of discussion between the two officials was represented by the intensification of industrial cooperation in the field of defence.

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