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IAI vehicle interest

IAI vehicle interest

The Editor,

As the representative of IAI (Israel Aircraft Industries) residing in Bangkok, I

would like to draw the attention of your readers to the following information which

was omitted in the Phnom Penh Post of May 3-16.

Under an article titled "Demining Vehicle to Make Cambodian Debut" a demining

device called MV-103C was mentioned. I would like to point out that this equipment

is the result of a joint development project done by our company RAMTA from Israel

and by BOA Sweden. RAMTA is responsible for the remote control system Pele (i.e.

Miracle) which enables the demining without risking the life of its operator. Furthermore,

RAMTA supplies the ON-BOARD AMMAD system, which extinguishes magnetic mines and the

control vehicle REM for the operator.

Our company is proud to be involved in developing a demining system which aims at

solving one of the gravest scourge affecting Cambodia in a more efficient and safe

manner.
- Mr. Mordechai Roizis, Regional Marketing Director, Israel Aircraft Industries.

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