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Foreign Military Sale Opportunities in the Middle East

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The Defense Security Cooperation Agency (DSCA) notified the US Congress of a number of possible foreign military sales (FMS) to countries from the Middle East amounting to some $2.224 billion (€1.56 billion). Egypt has dangled the most contract opportunities requesting the sale of air-to-surface missiles, anti-ship missiles, aircraft engines, and Fast Missile Crafts (FMC) worth a total or some $1.186 billion (€830.94 million). In addition, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait as well as the United Arab Emirates may be potential export customers for US-built military equipment.
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