International Defense Industry Agenda 18 - 24 April 2022

NATO conducted the world's largest live cyber defense exercise, Locked Shields.

A new spy satellite from the U.S. National Reconnaissance Office was sent into space by SpaceX.

India launches sixth and final domestically built Kalvari-class submarine named ‘Vagsheer'.

Mali received the second shipment of military equipment sent by Russia, including 2 combat helicopters and radar equipment.

Japanese Mitsubishi Heavy Industries company plans to produce nuclear reactors in a form factor that can be mounted on trucks by 2030s.

Cameroon and Russia signed a new military cooperation agreement.

A Military Framework Agreement was signed between Turkey and Tajikistan.

The US administration will invest $6 billion in nuclear power plants that are in danger of shutting down.

Russia has conducted an intercontinental ballistic missile test.

Polish Defense Minister announced that they will increase their defense spending to 2.5% of GDP.

Italian defense company Leonardo has signed a $29 million contract with the US Department of Defense to sell helicopters to Israel.

Indian navy successfully tests its fastest supersonic missile.

The U.S. provided off-road vehicles to the Uzbekistan Border Troops.

The Chinese Navy commissions its second Type 075 amphibious assault ship.

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