LONDON, March 5 (Reuters) – Britain will release a review of post-Brexit foreign policy, security and security priorities on March 16, a spokesman for Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Friday.
The long-awaited document, called the “Integrated Review,” was described by Johnson as “the greatest study of our foreign, defense, security and development policy since the end of the Cold War.”
This review is expected to explain the UK’s desired role in geopolitics following its exit from the EU, and the Internet and military resources needed to achieve its goals.
Johnson, who was elected in the 2019 election to transform Britain into a new era of global cooperation on issues such as trade, has been thwarted by the corona virus epidemic. The country has now accepted the rotating presidency of the G7 and will host world leaders, including US President Joseph Biden, at a summit in June.
The March 16 issue will outline modernization plans for the British Armed Forces by releasing a specific document on defense on March 22.
The Department of Defense, which includes companies such as Popcock, PAE Systems and Kinetic, will carefully examine both documents to see which armed forces the British government has decided to prioritize over the next decade.
(Information by William James; edited by Paul Sandil and Alex Richardson)
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