Belgium’s political leaders have agreed to increase the amount of money spent on defense, but the changes will result in less equipment and fewer personnel. The country’s complex political coalitions have come to terms on a strategic plan which will see Brussels spending €9.2 billion ($9.89 billion) on new equipment between now and 2030, raising the country’s defense spending as a proportion of gross domestic product (GDP), although it is unlikely ever to meet ...

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