Cyprus and France implement defence pact
A military cooperation deal between Cyprus and France came into effect on 1 August.
The Cyprus-France Defence Cooperation Agreement, signed in April 2017, covers enhanced cooperation on energy and maritime security, especially with regard to offshore hydrocarbon drilling areas in the Eastern Mediterranean.
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Tensions with Turkey over maritime sovereignty and the exploitation of lucrative gas reserves in the Mediterranean are directly affecting procurement decisions in Athens
Australia sees advanced new technologies as essential to keep pace with regional military developments.
With the EU looking to move ever-closer towards the creation of its own de facto military alliance, the role of NATO in European security has been consistently questioned amid internal disputes and a shift in balance of power in light of Brexit.
A new South Korean missile capable of destroying artillery positions situated in hardened structures is just one of several projects Seoul has in development.
PODCAST: Middle Eastern armoured vehicle market, Iranian naval hype and training in the age of COVID
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Sandia National Laboratories has flight-tested a weapons drop of the B61-12 nuclear bomb from an F-35A aircraft.