Its actually incredible that Agusta-Westland, Eurocopter and Fokker are able to create together such a failed product. There is a chance that other countries will follow soon.
In 2014 it was already clear that the Netherlands also had problems with the NH90 , the Dutch government decided not to accept the last batch of 7 NH90s due to some 100 shortcomings found in relation to the design, manufacturing and material choice of the aircraft, and corrosion. And in 2020 an NH90 crashed in Aruba, two crew members lost their lives and two passengers were injured.
And Germany just secured Lynx parts from Denmark to maintain its fleet of anti-submarine warfare/anti-surface warfare helicopters until its retirement date of December 2026. I don't know what they plan after 2026, keep the Lynx even longer, or they want to replace the Lynx as planned with more NH90s or they want to choose another type.