France and Germany agree new rules on disputed arms exports


At a meeting on Wednesday between French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel, the two leaders reportedly agreed that weapons built by either of their countries and which contained 20% or more of components from the other would require before any export the consent of the country where the component was manufactured.

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Germany and France have agreed on common rules for weapons and defence exports, reports Deutsche Welle.