International Defense Industry Agenda 7 – 13 November 2022

Iran introduced a new surface-to-surface cruise missile with a range of 300 kilometers.

The Polish Prime Minister announced that in 2023, at least 3 percent of the gross domestic product will be allocated to the defense budget.

China introduced an electronic warfare configuration of its jet-powered UCAV.

Israel's Elbit Systems has signed a $70 million contract with the Moroccan Armed Forces for an electronic warfare system to be delivered within 2 years.

India introduced a new howitzer system consisting of the HMV 8×8 vehicle equipped with a 155-millimeter cannon.

The United States sent armored vehicles and military supplies worth $47 million to the Lebanese army.

Germany and the Greek Cypriot Administration agreed on closer defense cooperation.

Uganda launched its first satellite into space.

Russia ended its military-technical cooperation with 74 companies from countries it defined as unfriendly.

Iran's Revolutionary Guard Corps announced that it has launched a solid-fuel satellite carrier rocket into suborbital space.

Polish Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Defense Mariusz Blaszczak approved the agreement for the purchase of 218 rocket launchers from South Korea.

International Defense Industry Agenda 7 – 13 November 2022

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