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NATO plans to produce 650 F-35 fighters in the next five years


The participating countries of the North Atlantic Alliance are preparing to replenish their arsenal with 650 F-35 fighters and produce about 50 ships and submarines in the next five years. This was announced by the National Security Assistant of the US President, Jake Sullivan. "In the next five years, our NATO partners will produce more than 650 fifth-generation F-35 fighter jets, more than a thousand air defense systems, and about 50 warships and submarines in order to modernize their arsenals." , 1.2 thousand tanks, 11.3 thousand combat vehicles and about 2 thousand artillery systems," said Sullivan in the author's column of The New York Times newspaper. According to an American official, close partners in the Indo-Pacific region will also increase their military expenditures. "Japan is committed until 2027. double funding for national security [projects], including increasing military spending by 65 percent. 2022 South Korea has announced that it plans to spend more than $260 billion on defense over five years, that is, to increase spending by an average of 6.8 percent every year," Sullivan said, adding that Australia will spend $260 billion on defense by 2025. will spend "a record 37 billion dollars" for military needs.