International defense industry agenda 16-22 November 2020

British Air Chief Marshal Sir Mike Wigston and his accompanying delegation visited Turkish Aerospace Industries, Inc.

The new generation multipurpose frigate Kumano, manufactured by Mitsubishi for the Japanese navy, was launched.

Australian soldiers killed 39 civilians in Afghanistan.

It was announced that there are more than 320 thousand American soldiers in 172 countries.

The U.K. has announced the biggest program of investment in British defense in 30 years. The government has announced that the defense budget will be increased by at least 10 percent each year for the next four years.

Signing a new export contract with Indonesia, ASELSAN will equip Indonesian submarines with torpedo countermeasure systems.

The US administration announced that it officially withdrew from the Open Skies Agreement, which regulates arms control with Russia.

Lebanon signed a Memorandum of Understanding with France aimed at developing the capabilities of the Lebanese army.

France, Germany, Great Britain, Italy and Greece signed agreements to build the next-generation helicopter, which is planned to replace existing fleets by 2035.

International defense industry agenda 16-22 November 2020

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