The Polish government signed a framework loan agreement with Vietnam for the construction of six search-and-rescue (SAR) vessels on 28 November.
The project, valued at EUR200 million (USD237 million), will be co-ordinated by Polish Armaments Group (PGZ) subsidiary Cenzin. Under the contract terms, Remontowa Shipbuilding in Gdańsk will build the first two vessels. The second batch of four will be built in Vietnam, with Poland providing technology transfer and material kits.
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