DSEI Japan 2019

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  • Foreign Secretary, Jeremy Hunt visited Tokyo this week, to discuss future trade arrangements between Britain and Japan.
  • Nearly 100 aircraft and 3,000 personnel from the United States, Japan and Australia participated in Cope North, an annual exercise which ran until 8th March at Andersen Air Force Base, Guam.
  • Vietnam’s Deputy Defence Minister and Military Chief of Staff of the Vietnam People’s Army Phan Van Giang made an official visit to Japan at the beginning of March at the official invitation of the Ch ...
  • Details have emerged about Japan’s development of a next-generation amphibious armoured fighting vehicle.

  • Japan Purchase’s two Aegis Weapon Systems

    The US Defense Security Cooperation Agency has agreed the US$2.15 billion sale of two Aegis Weapon Systems to Japan. Over the next 5 years, Japan’s defence budget is expected to reach a record $242bn – which includes the Aegis systems.

  • Ministry of Foreign Affairs supports DSEI Japan

    Japan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the cabinet office tasked with developing foreign relationships, has officially lent their support to DSEI Japan.

  • Japan has said it is willing to offer new defence equipment, which would include aircraft and vessels to Malaysia as part of enhanced bilateral security ties.
  • Japan will release a five-year defence plan expected to reach $240 billion
  • It has been reported that the Japanese government will upgrade its two existing Izumo-class helicopter carriers so they are able to transport and launch fighter jets.
  • Interview with Alex Soar, International Development Director, Clarion Events
  • Clarion Defence & Security and Crisis Intelligence Japan have today announced the signing of an agreement under which both parties will collaborate to launch and operate Japan’s first tri-service defe ...