Drones to increase the Danish armed forces' capacity for surveillance

Submitted by CUTULLIC Samuel on 17 March 2021

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The Danish government has decided to spend DKK 1.5 billion (about EUR 200 million) on drones and radars to increase the armed forces' capacity to monitor activities in the Arctic and North Atlantic. DKK 750 million (EUR 100 million) will be spent on new long-range surveillance drones.
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