EU defense: more joint projects

Unlike in Russia, the end of the Second World War is no longer celebrated in the European Union with large military parades. However, the Russian invasion of Ukraine has also brought a different kind of attention to the armed forces in the European Union: Many member states, like Germany, have announced plans to invest more money in military spending and research.

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