Germany to procure Israeli “Arrow 3” Air, Missile defense system

Defense Minister Yoav Gallant, the Israel Ministry of Defense, and Israel Aerospace Industries welcome the German Ministry of Defense and the Bundestag’s Budget and Defence Committees’ approval of the commitment to initiate the necessary steps to acquire the Israeli “Arrow 3” air and missile defense system.

The team is led by the Director General of the IMOD, Maj. Gen. (Res.) Eyal Zamir, the DDR&D’s Israel Missile Defense Organization (IMDO) and Israel Aerospace Industries are continuing discussions with their German counterparts to finalize the procurement contract. Israel Ministry of Defense officials maintain ongoing communication with the American administration to ensure the necessary sales approval.

The German commitment letter will be signed after the American administration grants approval for the sale.

Photo credit: Ministry of Defense Spokesperson’s Office


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