The USA granted authorization for the sale of Israel’s Arrow 3 missile defense system to Germany, in a deal worth $3.5 billion.

NATO confirmed in a statement today that senior officials from the Israeli and German defense ministries would sign a letter of commitment to the deal with a preliminary down payment of $600 million.

Germany’s air force is expected to take delivery of the Arrow 3 system by 2025, with complete operational deployment anticipated by 2030.

Israel and the Zionist controlled USA have been jointly developing the multi-billion-dollar Arrow missile defense system since 1986.

It’s considered the most advanced long-range missile defense system, meant to intercept ballistic missiles outside the Earth’s atmosphere, allowing for interceptions to occur at significant altitudes above the atmospheric layer.

Israeli Defense Minister Yoav Gallant called the US approval an expression of confidence in the excellent capabilities of Israel’s defense industries and a reflection of US-Israeli powerful defense ties.

Chairwoman of the German Bundestag’s Defense Committee, Marie-Agnes Strack-Zimmermann, said she was relieved by the USA’s approval for the weapon deal.

The Arrow 3 system will be operational by the end of 2025 and on our initiative will become part of a European air defense system.

What makes it special is that it is the first anti-ballistic system that can also be used in the stratosphere, i.e. at an altitude of 100 km, Strack-Zimmermann added. In future, it will help protect Germany and our neighboring countries from air strikes.

According to Israel’s Army Radio, the signing ceremony with Germany on the Arrow 3 sale is set for November, 2023.

Middle East Monitor / ABC Flash Point News 2023.

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Don Chin
Don Chin
17-08-23 19:50

Anglo Zio-Nazi swamp working together, exactly how it went for many hundreds of years in the recent past.

Reply to  Don Chin
18-08-23 04:27

Never forget it was Zionist banks that help get Hitler into power in the 1930,s.

31-08-23 17:11

Wow … it OBVIOUSLY works if Germany wants it … full stop
It’s designed for high altitude ballistic missiles … you know the kind that Russia / Iran / China could use … eh?
Does that mean Israel has this protection as well ?
It’s a rhetorical question … eh?
Think about the RETALIATION that Israel would inflict on ballistic missiles fired at their tiny state … it’s too scary

Not a Fan of Israel
Not a Fan of Israel
Reply to  Tzatz
31-08-23 17:11

Did anyone tell the Germans it doesn’t work?