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Infozahyst pitches its latest solutions for intelligence-gathering missions

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Ukrainian military-electronics specialist Infozahyst LLC is pitching its latest solutions for intelligence-gathering missions. The Kyiv-based company, which 20-year history, revealed leading products that developed for intelligence gathering and information protection. As noted by the company, products made by Infozahyst have been successfully tested and used by Ukrainian law enforcement agencies and special services. Among the main products […]

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U.S. Secretary of State says U.S. allies should refrain from new purchases of Russian weapons

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On Wednesday, U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken stated that Turkey and all U.S. allies should refrain from making further purchases of Russian weaponry, according to Reuters. Reuters has reported that speaking at a virtual event at Foreign Press Center (FPC), Blinken warned Ankara and others from further purchases weapon systems from Russia. “It’s also […]

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Stephen Blank: Biden administration must provide F-15 jets to Ukraine

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Senior Fellow at the Foreign Policy Research Institute Byron Callan said that U.S. President Joe Biden and his administration must provide advanced F-15 fighter jets to Ukraine. Byron Callan calls that the need to upgrade Ukraine’s Air Force presents an opportunity for the Biden administration to cause Moscow some genuine pain, in both the real […]

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China to boost defense budget by $14 billion

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On Friday, the Ministry of National Defense of the People’s Republic of China has confirmed that the Chinese government plans a 6.8 percent increase (the largest gain since 2019) in the defense budget in the coming year. According to a press release issued on 5 March, China’s annual defense budget will maintain single-digit growth for […]

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Japan-South Korea dispute may get worse

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After the last standoff between the Korea Coast Guard and Japan Coast Guard in January, it became known that situation continues worse and Korea currently calls Japan ‘neighbor,’ not ‘partner’. South Korean media last week, reported that Korea referred to Japan as its “neighboring country” in its newly published defense white paper, instead of the […]

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U.S. troops in Japan receives first COVID-19 vaccines

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The U.S. Air Force has announced on Saturday that the first boxes with Moderna COVID-19 vaccines have been delivered to Yokota Air Base, Japan. The details were given in a 26 December media release, to announce that after rigorous testing and trials demonstrating the vaccine’s safety and effectiveness, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration authorized […]

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Russia accuses scientist of treason for passing hypersonic aircraft secrets

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Russia’s FSB state security service has arrested a Russian scientist Anatoly Gubanov suspected of handing over secret aviation development data. Multiple news outlets reported that Moscow’s Lefortovo District Court ruled to arrest Gubanov until February 2, 2021, suspected of committing a crime stipulated by Article 275 of Russia’s Criminal Code (High Treason). If convicted, Gubanov […]

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Russia deploying disinformation to discredit Ukrainian defense industry

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Russia has deployed a significant disinformation campaign against the Ukrainian defense industry to drive out the independent competitor. The Russian disinformation campaign has pushed fake news online in Egypt, Algeria, India, Peru, Nigeria, Czech Republic, Indonesia, Bangladesh and Saudi Arabia to discredit Ukraine as a reputable and reliable partner. Russia is actively intervening in the […]

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SNC receives $47 million for two additional Multi-Role Enforcement Aircraft

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U.S. Customs & Border Protection awarded Sierra Nevada Corporation (SNC) a second $47M contract to expand the Multi-Role Enforcement Aircraft (MEA) fleet, bringing total MEA aircraft orders to four in 2020. SNC was awarded a second $46,997,170 contract for two additional MEA by U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP). This is unprecedented for a single […]

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Belarus puts military on high alert for the first time

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Belarus’ Armed Forces have been put on full combat alert by the decision of President Alexander Lukashenko, the press service of Ministry of Defense of the Republic reported on Saturday. For the fir time, the country puts its military on high alert since the Cold War era. President Lukashenko had earlier instructed his defense minister, […]

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