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Nato and climate change: How big is the problem?

BBC News 15 Jun 2021
The International Military Council on Climate and Security - a separate group of senior military leaders - said in its annual report that the long life-span of military equipment, such as warships, means that defence has locked itself into relying on fossil fuels for "many years to come".
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President of Zambia assures the public he is okay after brief collapse

Ghana Web 14 Jun 2021
President Lungu also stated that government will continue supporting the defence force in acquiring modern equipment ... Meanwhile, Zambia Army Commander William Sikazwe thanked government for equipping the defence force with modern equipment and skills to ensure a professional contemporary and versatile military.
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Haryana aerospace, defence policy to be rolled out soon: Dushyant

Hindustan Times 14 Jun 2021
Haryana deputy CM Dushyant Chautala on Monday said that the state government is moving in the direction of making Haryana a leading MRO (maintenance, repair and overhaul) hub in north India in the field of aerospace and defence equipment production ... defence equipment production.
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Government to make Haryana leading maintenance, repair and overhaul hub in aerospace and defense equipment production: Dushyant Chautala

The Times of India 14 Jun 2021
Haryana deputy chief minister Dushyant Chautala said on Monday that the government aims to make the state a leading MRO (maintenance, repair and overhaul) hub in northern India in the field of aerospace and defence equipment production ... defence equipment production in the State.
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Haryana to be MRO hub in aerospace: Dy CM

The Times of India 14 Jun 2021
Haryana deputy chief minister Dushyant Chautala said on Monday that the government aims to make the state a leading MRO (maintenance, repair and overhaul) hub in northern India in the field of aerospace and defence equipment production ... defence equipment production in the State.
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Nato summit: What does the US contribute?

BBC News 14 Jun 2021
Which countries spend most on defence?. In terms of the proportion of its GDP (the total value of goods produced and services) allocated to defence expenditure, the US spends more than any of the other 29 Nato countries ... Nato members also pledged that by 2024 at least 20% of their defence expenditure should go on acquiring and developing equipment.
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Iran's navy receives two new warships

The New Arab 14 Jun 2021
According to a statement by the army chief of staff, the Dena "is an entirely Iranian destroyer" equipped with a "helicopter landing zone" and a "range of defence and attack systems". It has the capacity to "cover long distances" and is equipped to "destroy all aerial threats", along with underwater threats.
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PM Modi expresses gratitude for Netanyahu, congratulates Bennett

TeluguStop 14 Jun 2021
The bilateral merchandise trade stood at US$5.65 billion (excluding defence) in 2018-19, with the balance of trade being in India's favour by US $1.8 billion, as per official data ... Major imports by India from Israel include precious stones and metals, chemicals and mineral products, base metals and machinery and transport equipment.
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Two NATO Ships Enter Black Sea, Monitored by Russian Navy

Sputnik 14 Jun 2021
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Two NATO military vessels equipped with guided missiles on Monday entered the Black Sea, the Russian Defence Ministry said, adding that the ships are being monitored by the country's navy ... .
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'Important for us to develop common policy against China'

Beijing News 14 Jun 2021
Brussels , June 14 (ANI) ... Noting the growing military strength of Beijing, Stoltenberg also said that China has the second-largest defence budget in the world, the biggest navy, and is investing massively in new military equipment, which "affects our security.""The rise of China is defining for our security for our transatlantic bond ... (ANI) ....
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Toshiba’s chairman resists calls to resign, to bring in new directors

Metro USA 14 Jun 2021
Still, it remains hugely important to the Japanese government as a manufacturer of nuclear reactors and defence equipment ... Former Olympus Corp CEO Michael Woodford, who blew the whistle on a $1.7 billion accounting scandal at the Japanese medical equipment maker in 2011, said the ...
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Important to 'strengthen' common policy on China, says NATO chief

Yahoo Daily News 14 Jun 2021
Read full article. ANI. 14 June 2021, 9.11 am·2-min read ... Brussels [Belgium], June 14 (ANI) ... Noting the growing military strength of Beijing, Stoltenberg also said that China has the second-largest defence budget in the world, the biggest navy, and is investing massively in new military equipment, which "affects our security." ... (ANI) ... .
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Biden expected to put emphasis on China, Russia during NATO

Beijing News 14 Jun 2021
Brussels , June 14 (ANI) ... Noting the growing military strength of Beijing, Stoltenberg also said that China has the second-largest defence budget in the world, the biggest navy, and is investing massively in new military equipment, which "affects our security.""The rise of China is defining for our security for our transatlantic bond ... (ANI) ....
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Biden expected to put emphasis on China, Russia during NATO summit

Yahoo Daily News 14 Jun 2021
Read full article. ANI. 14 June 2021, 3.17 pm·3-min read. US President Joe Biden (File photo) ... Noting the growing military strength of Beijing, Stoltenberg also said that China has the second-largest defence budget in the world, the biggest navy, and is investing massively in new military equipment, which "affects our security." ... News18 ... .
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Centre approves ₹500-crore support for innovation in defence sector

Live Mint 13 Jun 2021
Defence minister Rajnath Singh has approved budgetary support of almost ₹500 crore for research and innovation in defence for the next five years, a statement from the ministry said on Sunday ... Last year, the defence ministry announced that India would stop importing 101 pieces of equipment from the international market in a graded manner by 2024.
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