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Danish government wants to spend $20.6 billion on defense over 10 years

Summary by Ground News
Denmark’s centrist government said Tuesday that it wants to invest some 143 billion kroner ($20.6 billion) in the country’s defense over the next decade, citing a “serious threat picture.” The government has an ambition to reach NATO’s target of spending 2% of gross domestic product on military budgets by 2030, in part as a response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
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