International Defense Industry Agenda 11 - 17 April 2022

The United States and India signed an agreement to increase information sharing in space.

The EU has suspended training missions to the Malian army.

According to the report published by the Monitoring of the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons and the International Initiative to Abolish Nuclear Weapons, the number of nuclear warhead stocks of 9 countries with nuclear weapons has reached 12,705 in the beginning of 2022.

Greek Navy purchased Heavy Class Torpedoes from Germany.

The US Navy has tested an all-electric, high-energy laser weapon system for the first time.

Israel's Defense Ministry announced that the country's military exports in 2021 reached a record level of 11.3 billion dollars.

The Ukrainian Armed Forces sank the largest ship in Russia's Black Sea Fleet by hitting it with two Neptune cruise missiles.

It’s reported that the space fleets of the US, China and Russia have increased by 70 percent since 2019.

Israel announced that it succeeded in hitting targets at high speed with a laser weapon.

The European Union stopped arms sales to Russia.

The United States has approved the sale of approximately $1 billion worth of military equipment to Nigeria.

More than 400 companies from 46 countries participated in the defense fair held in Santiago, the capital of Chile,

The Hungarian Army purchased 155 mm self-propelled howitzers from the German company Rheinmetall.

Saudi Arabian Military Industries (SAMI) signed an agreement with Boeing covering maintenance, repair and overhaul services for military platforms.

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