GENOA — Italy plans a major reform of its armed forces, with the ambitious goal of increasing or at least maintaining operational capability while simultaneously cutting personnel, infrastructure and support components. This is what Defense Minister Giampaolo di Paola wants to achieve through a special law, to be approved by Parliament before winter, followed by a number of detailed decrees. But di Paola is not waiting for legislators and is already pushing forward, according to an ...
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