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Africa to Discuss Air Force’s Role in Counter-Terror Missions
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Africa to Discuss Air Force’s Role in Counter-Terror Missions

African countries' Air Forces prepare to discuss their role in Counter-Terror Missions. The Africa Airforce Forum will be held in Senegal on 26-27 October 2022.

Israel’s MoD Gantz visits Azerbaijan
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Israel’s MoD Gantz visits Azerbaijan

Israeli Defence Minister, Benny Gantz, made an official visit to Azerbaijan earlier this week following recent clashes between Azerbaijan and Armenia.

Turkiye and Libya Signed Hydrocarbon Agreement
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Turkiye and Libya Signed Hydrocarbon Agreement

Turkish Minister of Foreign Affairs Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu stated that a memorandum of understanding was signed between Turkiye and Libya in the field of hydrocarbons during his visit to Libya.

US is Reluctant to Asses Ukraine's NATO Application
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US is Reluctant to Asses Ukraine's NATO Application

U.S. believes Ukraine's NATO application "should be taken up at a different time," White House National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan said in response to Kyiv.

India and China Take Part in Russia's Vostok Military Drills
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India and China Take Part in Russia's Vostok Military Drills

India and China participate in Russia’s weeklong joint military drills “Vostok-2022” (East 2022).

Australia to choose the nuclear-powered submarines in early 2023
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Australia to choose the nuclear-powered submarines in early 2023

Australia's Defence Minister stated that the country plans to announce its choice of nuclear-powered submarines in the first quarter of 2023.

Trilateral Memorandum in Madrid: Everyone is Happy
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Trilateral Memorandum in Madrid: Everyone is Happy

Madrid, before the beginning of the NATO Summit, Turkiye, Finland, and Sweden, headed by President of Turkiye Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, President of the Republic of Finland Sauli Niinistö, and Prime Minister of Sweden Magdalena Andersson, held talks, facilitated by Secretary General of NATO Jens Stoltenberg.

British Foreign and Defence Ministers visited Turkiye to deepen relations
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British Foreign and Defence Ministers visited Turkiye to deepen relations

British Secretary of State for Defence Ben Wallace visited Turkish Defence Minister Hulusi Akar in Ankara.

UK Calls India to join the TEMPEST
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UK Calls India to join the TEMPEST

Britain and India will strengthen their defence and security ties, to develop combat jet technology, UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced.

France to send CAESAR Howitzers and Milan ATGMs to Ukraine
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France to send CAESAR Howitzers and Milan ATGMs to Ukraine

French Presiden Emmanuel Macron announced in an interview with Ouest France published this Friday, April 22, that his country will deliver weapons to Ukraine and said, “from Milan to Caesar through several types of armaments in an interview with Ouest France.

Finland gets Closer to NATO with Parliament Supporting Military Alignment
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Finland gets Closer to NATO with Parliament Supporting Military Alignment

The first parliamentary debate on the candidacy revealed a majority in favour and a minority against.

China and the Solomon Islands signed a security pact causing concern for Australia
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China and the Solomon Islands signed a security pact causing concern for Australia

The Solomon Islands, on the east of Papua New Guinea in the Pacific Ocean signed a security agreement with China.

Russia Triggered the NATO membership Process in Scandinavia
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Russia Triggered the NATO membership Process in Scandinavia

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine to prevent the country’s NATO membership may have triggered a new political process.

Turkish Defence Industry to improve with NATO Allies
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Turkish Defence Industry to improve with NATO Allies

Defence industry cooperation came to the fore at the NATO Foreign Ministers Meeting. Defence industry cooperation came to the fore at the NATO Foreign Ministers Meeting held in Brussels on 6-7 April. Britain lifted export restrictions, and it was agreed with Canada that an exchange of letters would overcome the problem with export permits.