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Germany to Spend 1.5 Billion Euros on More Navy Ships

BERLIN, Oct 14 (Reuters) – Germany has agreed to spend 1.5 billion euros to buy five more corvettes for the navy, the navy said on Friday, and Die Welt newspaper quoted lawmakers as citing the need for greater security in the Baltic Sea and the Mediterranean. Die Welt said lawmakers planned to introduce the funding […] The post Germany to Spend 1.5 Billion Euros on More Navy Ships appeared first on gCaptain.
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