International Defense Industry Agenda 21 - 27 March 2022

32 agreements were signed at the 7th Doha International Maritime Defence Exhibition and Conference (DIMDEX 2022) in Qatar.

India tested the nuclear-capable BrahMos supersonic missile.

The Israeli army signed a military cooperation agreement with Morocco.

Kyrgyzstan purchased 55 armored vehicles from Russia.

The European Union adopted the 'Strategic Compass', an operational security and defense guide.

The Bulgarian President stated that the maintenance and repair of the Bulgarian MiG-29 fighter aircrafts can be completed in Poland.

Australia announces new 'Space Command' defence agency to counter the activity of China and Russia in space.

Morocco and Israel Aerospace Industries signed an agreement aimed at strengthening bilateral cooperation in the aerospace industry.

South Korea responded to North Korea's missile test with missile exercises of its own.

France has tested a medium-range air-to-surface nuclear missile.

The first Australian-produced military combat aircraft in over 50 years, an unmanned combat aircraft developed with Boeing Australia, is named ‘MQ-28A Ghost Bat’.

Indian army tested medium range air defense system.

The US will modernize Bahrain's Multiple Launch Rocket Systems.

The Russian Ministry of Defense released a video showing the Pantsir-S air defense system used in the Ukrainian war.

The Israeli Air Force took delivery of 3 more F-35 fighter jets.

MBDA Italia and Rheinmetall Italia signed a memorandum of understanding to cooperate in air defence.

Rostec introduced an unmanned aerial vehicle system developed for drone traffic control.

US Lockheed Martin and South Korean Hanwha companies signed an agreement to jointly produce howitzers for the British army.

Estonia increased defense spending by 476 million euros to purchase an air defense system.

The Israeli military began using world's largest aerial surveillance balloon equipped with an advanced missile and aircraft detection system.

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