|Type||Armored personnel carrier|
|Place of origin||Ukraine|
|Maximum speed||120 km/h|
The Ukrainian Defense Ministry conducted comparative tests of 11 armored vehicles of various manufacturers in early 2016, but only three of them, including the Kozak-2M1, passed the state tests, he said. The trials of the Kozak-2M1 continued from October 2018 to July 2019, during which time the vehicle was tested with over 50 techniques and in a simulated combat environment.
Defense Minister of Ukraine Stepan Poltorak March 21, 2017 signed the decree №158 of the adoption of the Armed Forces of Ukraine armored car “Kozak-2”, which is commercially available in July 2015, and about 100 units have their service to defend the homeland.
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