France Deploys Surveillance Radars on NATO’s South Wing in Romania | Beta Briefing

France Deploys Surveillance Radars on NATO’s South Wing in Romania

Source: Beta
News / Region | 20.03.24 | access_time 18:12


The French military has deployed Thales GM200 surveillance radars in positions in Romania, on NATO’s south wing, to support allies in that area, the portal Balkan Security Network reported on March 20.

One multi-purpose mobile radar with the range of up to 250 kilometers has been deployed in the Capu Midia test range near the Romanian city of Constanta, after another GM200 radar was already deployed earlier.

The radars deployed in Romania are included into NATO’s integrated system of anti-air and anti-missile defense.

France has been keeping a strong multi-role military contingent in the traditionally friendly and Francophone Romania since 2022, in response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. This force includes contingents from Belgium and The Netherlands.

To get full access to all content of interest see our
Subscription offer
Register for free
And read up to 5 articles each month.

Already have an account? Please Log in.

Related Articles

Latest News

SEE Busuness

Millions of EU assistance to the Western Balkans for the fight against the pandemic and for the economy


Most Read