MKU, a leading provider of advanced defence solutions, has secured a strategic collaboration with Lithuania’s State Border Guard Services for supply of tactical ballistic helmets.
The collaboration aims to bolster Lithuania’s border defences amid escalating threats and potential provocations.
Neeraj Gupta, Managing Director of MKU, said “MKU’s collaboration with Lithuania encompasses more than partnership; it heralds a vital advancement in border security. Our advanced helmets offer a dual advantage of state-of-the-art ballistic protection and wearer comfort, so they are ideal for use with border guard services. This collaboration signifies a union of shared goals, as Lithuania and MKU strive to empower the nation’s borders while setting a benchmark in advanced defence solutions.”
As Lithuania adapts to an evolving security landscape, preparations are underway to address various contingencies, including hostile migrant infiltrations, cross-border incidents, and recent airspace incursions. In accordance with these preparations, select border crossings are being considered for temporary closure to enhance security measures.
The decision to select MKU as the supplier of tactical ballistic helmets aligns with Lithuania’s commitment to strengthening its border protection strategies. Lithuania, flanked by Poland and Latvia, views border security as crucial, given its position as an external frontier of both the European Union and NATO.
MKU Ltd. is a global defence and homeland security company with a customer base in over 100 countries.
Their operations are based in India and Germany and MKU has provided protection to over 3 million soldiers and 3000+ platforms, across 230 forces, till date.
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