Germany’s Bundeswehr armed forces will be able to buy equipment more quickly under a new law that took effect on 2 April, according to the Federal Ministry of Defence.
The law, which the German government approved in October, will allow the Bundeswehr to accelerate its procurement of urgently needed armaments for overseas deployments, peacekeeping missions, counter-terrorism operations, and “major damage situations”, the ministry wrote on its website, according to a Google translation. The Bundeswehr will be able to place such orders without holding competitions. READ MORE...
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