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US State Department clears $4.2B in arms sales to Japan, S. Korea, Hungary, Lithuania and Denmark | Defense News

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The U.S. State Department on Tuesday cleared more than $4.2 billion worth of potential weapons sales for Japan, South Korea, Hungary, Lithuania and Denmark.  The sales, announced on the Defense Security Cooperation Agency website, would bring the total Foreign Military Sales cases cleared by the State Department to $51.9 billion with roughly five weeks to go in fiscal 2020.

Read the details of each sale per country below.

 

Source:  https://www.defensenews.com/global/asia-pacific/2019/08/28/state-clears-42-billion-in-potential-arms-sales-to-japan-s-korea-hungary-lithuania-and-denmark/ 

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