Horizon Aerospace Technologies, a subsidiary of Horizon Technologies, finished DSEI with the announcement of a $1 million sale of its FlyingFish system.
Croatia ends indecision over multirole fighter programme
The Croatian government confirmed on 28 May a deal with France to buy 12 second-hand Dassault Rafale multirole fighters as replacements for ageing Croatian Air Force MiG-21s.
Following a meeting of the Croatian government, Prime Minister Andrej Plenković announced that his country has chosen to buy ten single-seat and a pair of two-seat Rafales. The decision is based on a complex score from evaluating the received offers, taking financial, technical and geostrategic factors into account.
‘By procuring fighter jets, Croatia is gaining a powerful strategic deterrent for the next 30 to 40 years, which significantly strengthens its international position …
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