PRAGUE - European Union defense ministers have agreed to a series of steps designed to tackle the fragmentation of defense equipment markets and boost the effectiveness of defense spending across Europe. The EU ministers, who met May 23 in Brussels as the steering board of the new European Defence Agency (EDA), said change is necessary to meet the long-term goal of creating a strong European defense technology and industrial base. The ministers agreed that more cooperation is urgently ...
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