43% of arms transfers from the United States go to the Middle East. Arms shipments to Saudi Arabia increased by 106 percent
Azerbaijan to import weapons in 2017-2021 according to ranked 37th in the world and weapons mainly from Israel (61%) and Russia (22%) and Received from Belarus (6.6%). Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) on March 14 on international arms transfers reportannounced
Report according to2012-2016 and In 2017-2021, there was a slight decline in international arms trade (-4.6 percent).
But the United States and France’s arms exports, Europe (+19 percent), East Asia (+20 interest) and Oceania’s imports (+59 percent) increased significantly. The volume of transfers to the Middle East remains high. Africa and Transfers to the United States decreased.
The United States’ arms exports increased by 14 percent, bringing its global share to 39 percent in 2017-21. In 2012-2016, this figure was 32 percent. At that time, arms exports from the United States were 108 percent higher than from Russia.
43% of arms transfers from the United States go to the Middle East. Arms shipments to Saudi Arabia increased by 106 percent.
In 2017-21, Russia accounted for 19% of arms exports. However, the country’s arms exports decreased by 26 percent in 2017-21 compared to 2012-16. This is mainly for two countries – India and Vietnam is experiencing a decline in arms shipments. But large arms shipments from Russia to India are expected in the coming years.
France 11 percent of world arms exports according to is in third place. 2012-16 and Between 2017-21 France increased arms exports by 59 percent.
Chinese arms exports according to fourth and Germany fifth. Arms exports from China fell by 31 percent and from Germany by 19 percent.
2012-16 and In 2017-21, there was a general decline in arms imports in three regions: the United States (-36 percent), Africa (-34 percent), Asia and Oceania (-4.7 percent).
Israel’s arms imports 2012-16 and It increased by 19 percent in 2017-21.