Sweden to increase military spending by 40% as tension with Russia grows
Sweden will increase military spending by around 40% in the next five years and double the number of people conscripted into the armed forces as it aims to strengthen its defence amid growing tensions with Russia, the government said on Thursday. The country, which is not a member of Nato but enjoys...
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