Norway Raising Defense Spending, Boosting Ammunition Stocks


Norwegian Defense Minister Bjørn Arild Gram aboard the USS Gerald R. Ford carrier in September 2022.

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Norway’s government wants to raise defense spending with the aim of improving military readiness and growing equipment stockpiles. Oslo is proposing lifting the current defense budget to 75.8 billion Norwegian Krone ($7.18 billion) in 2023, up from 6.8 billion NOK in 2022, Defense Minister Bjørn...

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