International Defense Industry Agenda 26 September - 02 October 2022

German defense firm Rheinmetall introduced its armored vehicle concept developed for the British Army.

The Taiwanese navy commissioned a warship produced with domestic facilities.

Israel has agreed to sell advanced air defense systems to the United Arab Emirates.

Kuwait has received two more Eurofighter Typhoon fighter jets.

The US State Department has approved the sale of $250 million worth of Abrams tank munitions to Kuwait.

Morocco has purchased 150 unmanned aerial vehicles from Israel.

Russian defense industry company Kalashnikov increased its light weapons production by 40 percent in 2022.

Armenia bought weapons worth $245 million from India.

Greece introduced its domestically developed UAV.

During a NATO exercise, the US’ High Mobility Artillery Rocket System HIMARS was tested.

Thailand purchased Hermes Unmanned Aircraft Systems for $120 million from the Israeli defense firm Elbit Systems.

New flight test images of the KF-21 fighter aircraft developed by South Korea have been released.

Germany has lifted the arms embargo on the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia, which has been in place since 2018.

Israel has tested artificial intelligence-assisted machine guns in the West Bank.

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