The Norwegian Government has today decided to continue participation in the Joint Strike Fighter programme. The decision came after Lockheed Martin
presented an improved package for Norwegian industry.
So far potential contracts of up to 20 billion NOK have been identified. The agreement entails that the Norwegian Government will contribute 114
million NOK to the JSF programme, in addition to the 429 million that has already been paid.
I want to emphasize that this decision does not mean that we have decided which aircraft Norway will procure, but I am satisfied that our efforts to
strengthen Norwegian industry’s opportunities have been rewarded, should we decide to choose JSF, says Minister of Defence Anne-Grete
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