Updates & News

Danish chairmanship of NORDEFCO

In 2016 Denmark will hold the chairmanship of the Nordic Defence Cooperation.
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Cooperation Area Armaments Yearbook 2015

With the Nordic defence ministers' vision setting the political stage for Nordic armaments cooperation, COPA ARMA is driving at implementing the vision into practical aims.
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NORDEFCO Annual Report 2014

Nordic defence cooperation is progressing. In 2014 important cooperative steps were taken to further develop cost-efficient and operationally relevant armed forces in the Nordic countries. Read more in The NORDEFCO Annual Report for 2014.

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NORDEFCO Concept for Industry Dialogue is now updated

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Nordic Defence Cooperation 2020

We the Nordic Ministers of Defence strongly believe that deepened and strengthened Nordic defence cooperation will create opportunities for our respective countries to develop, maintain and use our military means more efficiently and in a more cost-effective manner. Despite different security affiliations there is substantial potential for further developing Nordic Defence Cooperation, which complements efforts in other international forums such as the UN, NATO and the EU.
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Time to step up and deliver on Armaments

Time to step up and deliver on Armaments
The first year into the existence of NORDEFCO’s initiative at delivering more common procurement projects, expectations have risen. There is an expectation of seeing the fruition of more common procurement projects over the course of the next 18 months. More common procurement projects, more cooperation about life-cycle support, from common maintenance and spare parts, to common stockpiling and pooling of resources.
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NORDIC DEFENCE INDUSTRY SEMINAR 2014

The Nordic Defence Industry Seminar 2014 was successfully held this May at Sundvolden in Norway. 
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Nordic Armaments Cooperation in practice

Nordic Armaments Cooperation in practice
This week a cargo ship loaded with Norwegian Base Camp material is leaving Oslo, en route to Mali. The two complete sets of Base Camp material on board – more than 200 containers – will be used by the Swedish Armed Forces in their participation in the United Nations mission in Mali (MINUSMA).
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Acquisition & Life Cycle Support Final Report

With the establishment of the new Cooperation Area Armaments (COPA ARMA), Acquisition & Life Cycle Support (ALCS) has produced its Final Report.
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