IDF, British Armed Forces sign defense relations agreement

The IDF and the British Armed Forces sign an agreement for tightening of military relations. The content of the agreement is secret

Photo: IDF Spokesperson's Unit

The IDF Chief of Staff, Lieut. Gen. Aviv Kochavi, met virtually last week with the Chief of the Defence Staff of the United Kingdom, Gen. Sir Nick Carter, and signed a joint agreement to formalize and enhance defense relations as well as support the growing partnership between Israel and the UK, according to an IDF statement.  

Britain's ambassador in Israel tweeted: "Delighted to announce that UK and Israeli Chiefs of Defence Staff yesterday signed a new agreement to further deepen our military co-operation," wrote FCDONeilWigan.  

The content of the agreement is secret, but according to assessments, it covers a number of fields of combat. "Most of the agreement is highly classified but the cooperation will include defence medical training, organisational design and concepts, and defence education," a report by bicom says. "Both militaries share a commitment to improving and integrating their multi-domain capabilities in maritime, land, air, space, and cyber and electromagnetic."

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