International Defense Industry Agenda 31 January - 06 February 2022

The US State Department has approved the sale of F-16 C/D Block 70 aircraft and related equipment with an estimated value of $4.21 billion to Jordan.

Israeli Defense Minister visited Bahrain. A memorandum of understanding was signed between the two countries in the field of defense.

The Qatar Navy took delivery of the first of the maritime patrol ships built by the Italian firm Fincantieri.

"Framework Agreement for Cooperation in Advanced Technologies, Aviation and Space" was signed between Turkey and Ukraine.

Egypt bought K9 howitzers from South Korea as part of a $1.65 billion deal.

The U.S. donated 2 Black Hawk helicopters worth $58 million to Croatia.

Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett said that Israel will switch to a new air defense system with lasers.

The International Telecommunication Union affiliated with the United Nations has created a smart matching platform that works with artificial intelligence.

The European Union and 9 countries call for arms embargo against Myanmar military.

A video footage of the US Navy F-35 plane crash during its landing on to the aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson has been leaked.

United Arab Emirates Minister of State for Defense Affairs and Turkey's Ambassador to Abu Dhabi Tugay Tunçer discussed the military and defense cooperation between the two countries.

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