Difesa USA

Per gli Stati Uniti, boom di vendite di armi all’estero (fonte: Breaking Defense)

Lee Ferran

A senior US official is crediting Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, China’s aggression in Asia and the waning effects of the COVID pandemic for a drastic leap in foreign military sales last fiscal year.

The Defense Security Cooperation Agency reported this week that total US arms transfers for fiscal 2022 totaled about $52 billion, up nearly 50 percent from FY21’s $34.8 billion. DSCA chief James Hursch emphasized Russia and China’s role in boosting the figures.

For US, foreign arm sales boom amid Russian invasion, Chinese intimidation – Breaking Defense