U.S. Equipment Tops Romanian Arms Shopping List

Credit: Romanian Air Force
With a series of requests for big-ticket defense purchases from the U.S., Romania is pressing ahead with plans to modernize its armed forces and meet NATO’s defense spending targets.Bucharest plans to spend €9.8 billion ($11.55 billion) on defense equipment until 2026, after President Klaus Iohannis...

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