MADRID, 21 Sep. (EUROPA PRESS) -
The second vice president of the Government and strong woman of United We Can in the Executive, Yolanda Díaz, confirmed this Wednesday that her training supported the agreements valued at more than 200 million euros that, at the proposal of the Ministry of Defense, the Council approved this Tuesday of Ministers, but he specified that it deals with matters that "have nothing to do with the war".
Asked about it, Díaz explained that these agreements are related to the personnel of the Armed Forces, their "remuneration and emoluments", so "they have nothing to do with the war." In this way, she has implied that they were not questioned by United We Can.
Specifically, as stated in the reference to the decisions adopted this Tuesday by the Executive, the execution of the Framework Agreement was authorized for the replacement, maintenance and support of the security systems in various bases of the Army in national territory and in the Spanish detachments in the area of operations (Lebanon, Iraq and Latvia), for an estimated value of 29,350,547.16 euros.
Likewise, the Council of Ministers approved the Framework Agreement on supplies and services for the maintenance and entry into service of the NH90 GSPA (land tactical transport) and MSPT (naval tactical transport) helicopters, for an estimated value of 106,282. 000 euros.
The same was done with two other agreements related to two contracts: one for the acquisition of the automatic mission planning system (AMPS) for the CH-47 F helicopter, for an estimated value of 20,000,000 euros, and another to buy SDR (Software Defined Radio) V/UHF radio equipment urgently, for an estimated value of 29,752,066.11 euros.
Finally, the Council of Ministers also approved the execution of the Framework Agreement for the supply of natural gas to the Ministry of Defense in the national territory, for an estimated value of 38,732,805.93 euros.