Italy, the UK, and Japan will create next-generation fighter jets.

UK, Japan, and Japan will form new alliance to develop and respond to future security challenges . GCAP is aimed at developing the next generation of combat air fighter jets .

London (UK), December 9, 2017: The UK Prime Minister's Office (PMO) said on Friday that the UK, Japan, and Japan would form a new alliance to develop and respond to future security challenges.The GCAP is aimed at developing the next generation of combat air fighter jets, which is expected to reach its full potential by 2035, by combining their expertise, cost, and innovation, in all three countries, the UK's Prime Ministers Office said.Sunak said that the security of the United Kingdom, both today and for future generations, will always be of paramount importance to this Government.We must remain at the forefront of advancements in defence technology, outpacing and outmanoeuvring those who threaten us, according to the British Prime Minister, who stressed that the new combat aircraft developed by GCAP will protect us and our allies around the world by harnessing the strength of our world-beating defence industry, generating jobs while saving lives, the statement said.

The UK, Italy, and Japan will now work closely to define the core platform concept and establish the infrastructure required to deliver this ambitious defence initiative, which will begin development in 2025, ensuring high-quality work across the sector and long-term stability for Britain and our allies, according to UK Defence Secretary Ben Wallace.

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