US, Japan, South Korea, Australia Hold 1st Naval Drills In Western Pacific

Last Updated: May 24, 2019

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US, Japan, South Korea, Australia Hold 1st Naval Drills In Western Pacific
24 May 2019 Current Affairs: US State Department approved to sell air-defense missiles for worth of more than USD 600 million to Japan and South Korea.
This approval was result of rising tension with North Korea when a pair of missile was tested by North Korea last week.
The US government has approved sale of 94 SM-2 missiles used by ships against air threats along with 12 guidance systems for a total cost of USD 313.9 million.

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