Strategy Page notes that the Rooskies are now marketing slat armor for their BTR-80 armored personnel carriers:
While the United States abandoned wheeled armored vehicles after World War II, Russia kept theirs, and constantly improved their BTR series. While not as heavy, or as high tech, as the American Stryker, the BTR vehicles are popular with many nations, especially for use by police and paramilitary forces.
Here’s a pic I found online:
The page I found the photo of the slatted BTR-80 on also has a couple pics of an “urbanized” BMP-3. The new Iraqi army has a number of BMPs, and it would probably make sense to incorporate some of these close combat modifications (especially the slat armor for particularly vulnerable areas similar to the US’s M1 TUSK program).
UPDATE: Iraq has ordered 115 BTR-80s from Poland. Murdoc suggests at least a few sets of slat armor for units in the toughest neighborhoods.
UPDATE 2: And is it me, or does it appear that the BTR’s slat armor is closer to the hull than the Stryker’s? If so, this probably makes the transition to driving slat-equipped vehicles easier. And improves mobility, especially in cities and villages. But does it downgrade the protection?