The State Department on Tuesday approved he potential sale of a Naval Strike Missile Coastal Defense System to Latvia to protect itself in the Baltic Sea domain.

The sale is potentially worth $110 million. The foreign military sale announcement says the principal contractor has yet to be determined.

Norway’s Kongsberg developed the Naval Strike Missile and Raytheon Technologies [RTX] is teamed with Kongsberg to sell the system in the U.S. Raytheon builds launchers for the Naval Strike Missile in the U.S.

The missile can hit ship targets at ranges exceeding 100 nautical miles.

The proposed sale includes tactical, telemetered, and training missiles, containers, mobile operational platforms, ordnance handling equipment, training equipment and aids, training, spares and U.S. government contractor and technical support.