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Montenegro’s defence ministry has signed a 3.3 million euro ($3.7 million) agreement with Canadian Commercial Corporation (CCC) for the delivery of two Bell 505 Jet Ranger X helicopters.

CCC will deliver the first helicopter in July and the second at the beginning of 2021, the defence ministry said in a statement last week.

Under the terms of the agreement, CCC will provide training in France for three pilots from Montenegro, as well as for eight technicians at the Bell Training Academy, in Fort Worth, Texas.

Montenegro received in 2018 two Bell 412 EPI helicopters under a 30 million euro agreement with CCC.

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