International Defense Industry Agenda 20 – 26 February 2023

Singapore orders 8 more F-35B fighter jets from the US.

South Korea-based aerospace company KAI won Malaysia's $920 million aircraft tender.

1,353 companies from 65 countries and 132,507 visitors attended the IDEX/NAVDEX 2023 fair, which was held in the United Arab Emirates on February 20-24.

An agreement was signed between the European Union and Japan to develop services in the field of aviation.

Indonesia took delivery of the first transport aircraft it ordered from Lockheed Martin.

Serbia will buy kamikaze UAVs from United Arab Emirates.

NASA will launch Israel's first space telescope into earth orbit in 2026.

Iranian Revolutionary Guards developed a cruise missile with a range of 1,650 km.

Finland has ordered a short-range anti-tank missile, AT4 rocket launcher and Recoilless Cannon worth $400 million from Swedish defense firm Saab.

Poland will buy 1000 Borsuk armored combat vehicles.

A joint production contract for the new generation air defense system was signed between Italy and France.

The last batch of AH-1Z attack helicopters ordered by Bahrain from the US Bell company has been delivered.

The 4th double-seat prototype of the KF-21 fighter jet, developed by South Korea, flew successfully.

Iran agreed with the Bashar al-Assad regime to export air defense systems and electronic warfare equipment to Syria.

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