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Trump Administration Informs Congress Of Plan To Sell $23B In Arms To UAE
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo declared that the Trump organization had officially informed Congress of its expectation to sell around $23 billion in cutting edge weaponry to the United Arab Emirates.
The top US representative made this declaration on Tuesday, November 10. He said that the proposed deals incorporate up to 50 F-35 airplanes esteemed at $10.4 billion, up to 18 MQ-9B drones esteemed at almost $3 billion, “and a bundle of aerial and air-to-ground weapons, esteemed at $10 billion.”
“This is in acknowledgement of our developing relationship and the UAE’s requirement for cutting edge protection capacities to deflect and safeguard itself against uplifted dangers from Iran,” Pompeo added.
The transition to approve the high-dollar deals to the UAE as Donald Trump’s administration approaches its end comes under two months after the Gulf country joined a US-handled consent to standardize relations with Israel.
“The UAE’s notable consent to standardize relations with Israel under the Abraham Accords offers a once-in-a-age occasion to emphatically change the locale’s key scene,” Pompeo said.
“The proposed deal will make the UAE significantly more skilled and interoperable with U.S. accomplices in a way completely reliable with America’s longstanding duty to guaranteeing Israel’s Qualitative Military Edge.”
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