Israeli defense companies will not need a marketing license to sell unclassified products to some 100 states, the Defense Ministry announced on Tuesday.
Col. (res.) Dubi Lavi, the new head of the ministry’s Export Control Branch, announced the measures as part of an attempted boost to defense sales, but warned exporters that supervision and enforcement against unlawful activities would be tightened.
The ECB monitors Israeli companies to ensure they comply with Israel’s arms sales rules.