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Germany concerned about dependence in ammunition production

On Monday evening, a crisis meeting about the procurement of ammunition will be held in the Chancellor’s Office. This is because essential precursors for propellant charges are coming from China – and the supply is stagnating. This was reported by Security.Table, a sister publication of China.Table. High-ranking officials from the Chancellor’s Office and industry representatives will reportedly be present at the meeting.

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