The report suggests Russia’s military-industrial complex showed only modest real growth in 2023, with much of so-called "production" being, in fact, the cannibalizing of systems in storage with certain limits.
Defense cooperation: Ukraine’s Defense minister outlines new agreements with the UK, the Netherlands, Belgium and Baltic states
In particular, Ukraine and Belgium "signed six documents on cooperation in the defense industry" to establish joint production in Ukraine
"A year ago, the debate was still going on about tanks. Fighter jets were not even in the making," stresses Andras Racz
Poland will provide Ukraine with a new package of weapons, President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said on 22 January on…
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EU market chief aims for €100 bn EU defense fund, ensures million shell production for Ukraine by spring
EU Internal Market Commissioner insists on meeting target of manufacturing 1 million shells for Ukraine by spring, unveils €100 billion EU defense fund to boost military capacity.
This facility aims to repair various German military equipment currently used by the Ukrainian Defense Forces, like Leopard 1A5 tanks.
White House officials met for five hours with American technology and defense industry executives about accessing drones, demining equipment and other technologies to bolster Ukraine's defense against Russian invasion.
France plans to change its approach in providing military assistance for Kyiv and enhance the weapon production directly…
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“People and Know-How, not corruption, now stymie Ukraine’s defense industry,” says Ukrainian Armor director
Ukrainian Armor stands alone as the only private company importing arms for Ukraine's military, with revenues surging over 100 times since Russia's full invasion.
Breaking from its self-imposed constraints on military equipment exports, Japan aims to replenish US with vital missile supplies destined for Ukraine’s defense against Russian aerial attacks.
The Insider's investigation exposes a global supply chain supporting Russia's military enterprises.
A DIY FrankenSAM, domestic 155mm rounds, and aviation tech are being produced thanks to alliances forged with western companies, says minister, and hints of success with long-range missiles
The diverse range of drones, including reconnaissance copters, kamikaze drones, and multi-role bombers, aims to reinforce Ukraine's defense efforts on crucial warfronts
The procurement of unmanned ground vehicles is crucial for handling resupply missions, providing remote firepower, and reducing troop casualties in the face of Russian aggression.
This move follows a previous successful initiative that accelerated the domestic drone market, making it more accessible to the military and reinforcing Ukraine's defense capabilities.
From AI spying systems to ground drones, Ukraine is revealing the power of grassroots innovation against Russia's top-down military behemoth, with agile defense tech startups tailored to the war's realities.
Denmark bought the same facility which it had sold in 2008 to restart ammunition production there.
Last winter, Russia launched about 1,000 such drones, while only in September 2023, it launched 500, trying to overwhelm Ukrainian air defense and targeting mostly infrastructure.