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Russia sells arrms to Iran,China
Cat : Peace And Security
Date : 2006-10-29 14:28:33                      Reader : 290
its deciple Israel. Our question is how America looks at giving free sophisticated arms to Israel and Taiwan ?! Also trafficking arms to Somalia and building six giant bases in Iraq and looking for bases in Africa ?! Who is threading world peace and security ?! It is axe of evil of course.

 

Peace and Security

UPI 29/10/2006

Russia sells arrms to Iran,China


WASHINGTON, Oct. 28 (UPI) -- An annual study for the U.S. Congress finds that in 2005 Russia, for the first time, sold more arms to the developing world than the United States did.

Russia's sales included eight new aerial refueling tankers to China and surface to air missiles to Iran, The New York Times reported. Both deals make the U.S. government nervous because of the possibility of a crisis with China over Taiwan and with Iran over its nuclear ambitions.

The report, "Conventional Arms Transfers to Developing Nations," found that Russia's arms agreements with developing countries came to $7 billion, up from $5.4 billion in 2004. France was second with agreements totaling $6.3 million and the United States just behind at $6.2 billion.

India was the largest buyer among developing countries. Russia's largest customers were India and China.

The United States continued to rank first in total arms sales, followed by France and Russia.


 
 
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