Eastern European nations bolster defence spending in the shadow of Russian aggression
Eastern European states are reconsidering their military procurement plans in light of Russian intervention in Ukraine. States have watched despairingly at what they see as NATO’s failure to provide a robust response to Moscow and some are now looking to overhaul their own military capabilities.
Poland, Lithuania, Estonia and Latvia have all publicly pledged to increase their military expenditure and are expected to put significant focus on building their armoured capability in a sign...
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