Germany and France are competing to sell fighters and other equipment to Switzerland. Switzerland has not yet made a final purchase decision

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 Germany and France are competing to sell fighters and other equipment to Switzerland. Switzerland has not yet made a final purchase decision


According to the report, the U.S. State Department announced three approved arms sales plans to Switzerland on September 30, including 40 f / A-18E / F Super Hornet fighters and related equipment and services worth US $7.45 billion, 40 f-35a fighters and related equipment worth US $6.58 billion, and five patriot-3 air defense systems worth us $2.2 billion.

It is reported that the newly purchased fighters will replace the old F-5E / F and F / A-18 hornet fighters of the Swiss Air Force, and the newly purchased patriot-3 air defense system can cover an area of 15000 square kilometers and an altitude of 40000 feet.

In addition to the fighters provided by the United States, Germany and France also recommended typhoon and Rafale fighters to participate in the bidding. At present, Switzerland has not made a final purchase decision. (end)

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