Police forces of Uganda has ordered new Chinese anti-riot armoured vehicles 1812112

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Defense News - Uganda

 
 

Sunday, December 18, 2011, 09:10 AM

 
Police forces of Uganda has ordered new Chinese anti-riot armoured vehicles Poly Technologies.

A picture taken in China shows a convoy of anti-riot armoured vehicle on the way to be transfer in Africa. On the sides of the vehicles it is written "Uganda Police".

     
A picture take in China shows a convoy of anti-riot armoured vehicle on the way to be transfer in Africa. On the sides of the vehicles it is written "Uganda Police".
Poly Technologies anti-riot vehicle on a road in China ready to be transfer in Africa
     

The anti-riot armoured vehicle designed and manufactured by the Chinese Defence Company Poly Technologies was seen for the first time In Democratic Republic of Congo RDC). The vehicle was use by the Police Forces of RDC during clash with protesters in December 2011.

A photo released by a Chinese blog shows a convoy of three anti-riot vehicles on the road, taken somewhere in China.

Once again Chinese Defence Industry shows its commitment to conquer military and security markets on the Middle East and Africa.

The anti-riot vehicle from Poly Technologies was presented for the first during the Defence Exhibition of Abu Dhabi IDEX in 2009.

     
A picture take in China shows a convoy of anti-riot armoured vehicle on the way to be transfer in Africa. On the sides of the vehicles it is written "Uganda Police".
On the sides of the vehicles it is written "Uganda Police".
 

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