India will not take part in the Caucasus-2020 international exercises, learned BulgarianMilitary.com citing several sources. The event should take a place in September.
Republicans in the United States have presented their aid package in the fight against COVID-19 in the amount of $ 1 trillion, of which it is proposed to spend $ 29 billion on defense.
Preparations for flight tests of the new Russian heavy intercontinental ballistic missile RS-28 Sarmat were not interrupted due to the pandemic of the coronavirus infection COVID-19, learned BulgarianMilitary.com
The American defense corporation Lockheed Martin will increase the pace of production of fifth-generation F-35 fighters from May 23, but will not be able to deliver this year from 18 to 24 aircraft out of 141 planned, learned BulgarianMilitary.com
Stoltenberg expressed confidence that the coronavirus was not artificially created, but noted that he had some doubts. He advocated conducting an international assessment of the situation in order to find out the causes of this virus.
The old strategic architecture is collapsing and the world is plunging into a mess, the publication continues. The US was tired of the role of world leader and went into isolation, for which the Europeans were not ready.
The US armed forces will conduct large-scale Allied Spirit exercises in Poland from June 5 to 19, despite the spread of the coronavirus pandemic, learned BulgarianMilitary.com citing news agency Interfax and the statement of US Army command in Europe
Former US President Barack Obama sharply criticized the Trump administration’s response to the coronavirus crisis, calling it an “absolutely chaotic disaster,” CNN reports, learned BulgarianMilitary.com.
Secretary of State Pompeo sees "overwhelming evidence" that the coronavirus is from a Chinese laboratory. According to Spiegel information, the federal government considers this allegation to be a diversion.
The coronavirus pandemic negatively impacted the US Army’s potential to “deter” Russia and China. This opinion was expressed by analyst Mateusz Piotrowski in the Bulletin of the Polish Institute of International Affairs
At the same time the U.S. Department of Homeland Security has published documents stating that 11 new members of the Secret Service, have been infected with the new coronavirus.
Over the past two days, two White House employees have passed a positive coronavirus test, reports The Hill. The publication writes that the tests were passed last Thursday and Friday.
Turkey's difficult economic situation due to the country's coronavirus pandemic could force Turkey to "sell" its Russian S-400 anti-aircraft defense systems to the United States.
The Pentagon and the U.S. intelligence community are investigating the possibility that US adversaries could use coronavirus as a biological weapon, learned BulgarianMilitary.com.
Turkey and Russia signed a ceasefire on March 5 to put an end to hostilities in the northwestern Syrian province of Idlib between Turkish-supported forces and the Syrian military supported by Russia, they recall in their article for the Washington Institute.
Because of coronavirus, employees of many enterprises and companies in all countries began to switch to remote work from home to protect themselves from Covid-19 and thereby reduce the burden on doctors and medical facilities.
The French armed forces are alarmed by the increasing flow of information about the circumstances of the infection of more than a third of the entire crew of the country's only aircraft carrier, Charles de Gaulle, with the Covid-19 coronavirus
The US authorities in connection with the epidemic of coronavirus mobilized a special unit, whose task is, inter alia, the possible evacuation of the government from Washington, learned BulgarianMilitary.com.
The commander of the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) of Iran, Brigadier General Hossein Salami presented today, April 15, at a specially organized event, "a new device that detects and diagnoses coronavirus (Covid-19) in five seconds"
Israeli defense company Elbit Systems said today, April 13, that it was redesigning its assembly lines for the production of thousands of mechanical ventilation devices (MVDs), learned BulgarianMilitary.com.