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Norway aims to order 3 coast guard vessels from Fincantieri’s Vard

Rome - The 6.8 billion Norwegian crowns ($869.44 million) contract is dependent on approval by parliament and on final negotiations with the supplier.

Rome - Norway plans to order three vessels for its coast guard from the Vard Langstein shipyard, the Ministry of Defence said in a statement on Friday. The 6.8 billion Norwegian crowns ($869.44 million) contract is dependent on approval by parliament and on final negotiations with the supplier, the ministry added. The yard is part of the Vard group, majority owned by Italy’s Fincantieri.

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