No power grab: Bolstered EU defense can't happen in isolation

BRUSSELS — A high-level summit in Brussels was told that a solid European defense industry is critical for an autonomous European defense sector.

But Jorge Domecq, chief executive of the European Defence Agency (EDA) stressed that this did not mean Europe “turns its back” to cooperation with partners such as the United States.

“Quite the contrary,” he told the European Defence Industry Summit. The cyber field, said Domecq, is just one example of the need for continued partnership, dialogue and exchange, “notably across the Atlantic.”

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