Media: Poland takes lead in defence spending growth in NATO

... is now the leader in defence spending growth among NATO members, TASS ...

Poland , NATO , defence spending

Lithuania’s defence spending grew 5-fold in recent years

... 2024 budget envisages historically high defence spending of 2.75 percent of ...

Lithuania , defence spending

German Defence Minister advocates increasing country’s military spending

... also said that NATO’s defence spending target of 2 percent of ...

Germany , Pistorius , Ukraine , defence spending

Ex-German chancellor criticised country’s spending on armed forces

The German government should invest in infrastructure, education and construction rather than in the military due to the threat supposedly posed by the Russian Federation – as noted by former German Chancellor Gerhard Schröder, RIA Novosti reports citing the Suddeutsche Zeitung PHOTO: Gerhard Schröder sharply commented on the increase in government spending on the defence capabilities of the Bundeswehr (100bn Euros will be allocated for these purposes), “Do you seriously ...

Germany , defence spending

Sweden to increase its military budget by $2.4bn in 2024

The Swedish government has confirmed that it has proposed to increase funding for the armed forces by more than 27bn Kronor (approximately $2.4bn), RIA Novosti reports photo: The press release published by the Swedish government reads, “The draft budget for 2024 proposes to increase funding for the armed forces by an additional SEK 700m, which, together with upward adjustments and previous decisions, will lead to an increase in funding of more than SEK 27bn between 2023 and ...

Sweden , GDP , defence spending

Scholz said Germany would spend 2% of GDP on defence over the next decade

... states set the bar for defence spending at 2 percent of GDP ...

Germany , defence spending , NATO

Poland said its defence spending had almost quadrupled in 8 years

... said that the country’s defence spending over the eight years of ...

Poland , defence spending , weapons

Norway plans to raise defence spending to 2% of GDP by 2026

Norwegian Prime Minister Jonas Gahr Støre said during a press conference that by 2026 the country will bring military spending to 2 percent of GDP, TASS reports photo: Jonas Gahr Støre stressed that the Norwegian authorities have a plan to start allocating at least 2 percent of GDP by 2026. “Our economy makes it more urgent to manage in line with percentage targets. <...> We need long-term planning and build up,” he said. Moreover, the Norwegian PM underlined that his ...

Norway , NATO , defence spending

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