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The Dutch Ministry of Defense is a governmental department supporting its armed forces that include the Royal Netherlands Air Force, the Royal Netherlands Navy, the Royal Netherlands Army, and the Royal Netherlands Marechaussee.

Dutch Ministry of Defence Headquarter Location

P.O. Box 8762

Breda, 4820 BB,

Netherlands

+31 (0)77 465 67 67

Latest Dutch Ministry of Defence News

Replacement of Dutch Walrus-class submarines delayed

Nov 1, 2021

01 November 2021 by Nicholas Fiorenza The replacement of the Royal Netherlands Navy's four Walrus-class diesel submarines will probably take longer than expected because talks are dragging on between the Dutch MoD and Naval Group, Saab Kockums, and TKMS. (Dutch MoD) The replacement of the Royal Netherlands Navy's four Walrus-class diesel submarines will probably take longer than expected because talks with the three bidding shipyards are dragging on and the Dutch Ministry of Defence (MoD) is seeking more information, Defence Minister Henk Kemp informed parliament on 27 October. The MoD said on its website the same day that this was partly due to its questions being more detailed than the shipyards were used to at this stage of the talks and that the ministry needed more time to analyse the information they provided. In December 2019 the Dutch MoD downselected the shipyards bidding to replace the Walrus-class submarine to Naval Group, Saab Kockums, and ThyssenKrupp Marine Systems (TKMS). 01 November 2021 by Nicholas Fiorenza The replacement of the Royal Netherlands Navy's four Walrus-class diesel submarines will probably take longer than expected because talks are dragging on between the Dutch MoD and Naval Group, Saab Kockums, and TKMS. (Dutch MoD) The replacement of the Royal Netherlands Navy's four Walrus-class diesel submarines will probably take longer than expected because talks with the three bidding shipyards are dragging on and the Dutch Ministry of Defence (MoD) is seeking more information, Defence Minister Henk Kemp informed parliament on 27 October. The MoD said on its website the same day that this was partly due to its questions being more detailed than the shipyards were used to at this stage of the talks and that the ministry needed more time to analyse the information they provided. In December 2019 the Dutch MoD downselected the shipyards bidding to replace the Walrus-class submarine to Naval Group, Saab Kockums, and ThyssenKrupp Marine Systems (TKMS). 01 November 2021 by Nicholas Fiorenza The replacement of the Royal Netherlands Navy's four Walrus-class diesel submarines will probably take longer than expected because talks are dragging on between the Dutch MoD and Naval Group, Saab Kockums, and TKMS. (Dutch MoD) The replacement of the Royal Netherlands Navy's four Walrus-class diesel submarines will probably take longer than expected because talks with the three bidding shipyards are dragging on and the Dutch Ministry of Defence (MoD) is seeking more information, Defence Minister Henk Kemp informed parliament on 27 October. The MoD said on its website the same day that this was partly due to its questions being more detailed than the shipyards were used to at this stage of the talks and that the ministry needed more time to analyse the information they provided. In December 2019 the Dutch MoD downselected the shipyards bidding to replace the Walrus-class submarine to Naval Group, Saab Kockums, and ThyssenKrupp Marine Systems (TKMS). 01 November 2021 by Nicholas Fiorenza The replacement of the Royal Netherlands Navy's four Walrus-class diesel submarines will probably take longer than expected because talks are dragging on between the Dutch MoD and Naval Group, Saab Kockums, and TKMS. (Dutch MoD) The replacement of the Royal Netherlands Navy's four Walrus-class diesel submarines will probably take longer than expected because talks with the three bidding shipyards are dragging on and the Dutch Ministry of Defence (MoD) is seeking more information, Defence Minister Henk Kemp informed parliament on 27 October. The MoD said on its website the same day that this was partly due to its questions being more detailed than the shipyards were used to at this stage of the talks and that the ministry needed more time to analyse the information they provided. In December 2019 the Dutch MoD downselected the shipyards bidding to replace the Walrus-class submarine to Naval Group, Saab Kockums, and ThyssenKrupp Marine Systems (TKMS). 01 November 2021 by Nicholas Fiorenza The replacement of the Royal Netherlands Navy's four Walrus-class diesel submarines will probably take longer than expected because talks are dragging on between the Dutch MoD and Naval Group, Saab Kockums, and TKMS. (Dutch MoD) The replacement of the Royal Netherlands Navy's four Walrus-class diesel submarines will probably take longer than expected because talks with the three bidding shipyards are dragging on and the Dutch Ministry of Defence (MoD) is seeking more information, Defence Minister Henk Kemp informed parliament on 27 October. The MoD said on its website the same day that this was partly due to its questions being more detailed than the shipyards were used to at this stage of the talks and that the ministry needed more time to analyse the information they provided. In December 2019 the Dutch MoD downselected the shipyards bidding to replace the Walrus-class submarine to Naval Group, Saab Kockums, and ThyssenKrupp Marine Systems (TKMS). 01 November 2021 by Nicholas Fiorenza The replacement of the Royal Netherlands Navy's four Walrus-class diesel submarines will probably take longer than expected because talks are dragging on between the Dutch MoD and Naval Group, Saab Kockums, and TKMS. (Dutch MoD) The replacement of the Royal Netherlands Navy's four Walrus-class diesel submarines will probably take longer than expected because talks with the three bidding shipyards are dragging on and the Dutch Ministry of Defence (MoD) is seeking more information, Defence Minister Henk Kemp informed parliament on 27 October. The MoD said on its website the same day that this was partly due to its questions being more detailed than the shipyards were used to at this stage of the talks and that the ministry needed more time to analyse the information they provided. In December 2019 the Dutch MoD downselected the shipyards bidding to replace the Walrus-class submarine to Naval Group, Saab Kockums, and ThyssenKrupp Marine Systems (TKMS). 01 November 2021 by Nicholas Fiorenza The replacement of the Royal Netherlands Navy's four Walrus-class diesel submarines will probably take longer than expected because talks are dragging on between the Dutch MoD and Naval Group, Saab Kockums, and TKMS. (Dutch MoD) The replacement of the Royal Netherlands Navy's four Walrus-class diesel submarines will probably take longer than expected because talks with the three bidding shipyards are dragging on and the Dutch Ministry of Defence (MoD) is seeking more information, Defence Minister Henk Kemp informed parliament on 27 October. The MoD said on its website the same day that this was partly due to its questions being more detailed than the shipyards were used to at this stage of the talks and that the ministry needed more time to analyse the information they provided. In December 2019 the Dutch MoD downselected the shipyards bidding to replace the Walrus-class submarine to Naval Group, Saab Kockums, and ThyssenKrupp Marine Systems (TKMS). 01 November 2021 by Nicholas Fiorenza The replacement of the Royal Netherlands Navy's four Walrus-class diesel submarines will probably take longer than expected because talks are dragging on between the Dutch MoD and Naval Group, Saab Kockums, and TKMS. (Dutch MoD) The replacement of the Royal Netherlands Navy's four Walrus-class diesel submarines will probably take longer than expected because talks with the three bidding shipyards are dragging on and the Dutch Ministry of Defence (MoD) is seeking more information, Defence Minister Henk Kemp informed parliament on 27 October. The MoD said on its website the same day that this was partly due to its questions being more detailed than the shipyards were used to at this stage of the talks and that the ministry needed more time to analyse the information they provided. In December 2019 the Dutch MoD downselected the shipyards bidding to replace the Walrus-class submarine to Naval Group, Saab Kockums, and ThyssenKrupp Marine Systems (TKMS).

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