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    Congress objectes to arms deal to Saudi Arabia

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    Post by Rocky Thu 23 Nov 2017, 2:54 am

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    Congress objectes to arms deal to Saudi Arabia
    Baghdad - Agencies
    Saudi Arabia has agreed to buy precision-guided munitions from US defense companies worth about $ 7 billion in a deal that some lawmakers may object to, according to informed sources.
    The two companies, Raytheon and Boeing, were selected in a deal to buy $ 110 billion worth of arms, coinciding with President Donald Trump's visit to Saudi Arabia in May, the sources said.
    The two companies declined to comment on arms sales.
    The US State Department has not yet officially notified Congress about the precision-guided munitions deal.
    A minority of senators object to arms sales to Saudi Arabia on the grounds that they contribute to civilian casualties in Yemen.
    "We do not comment to confirm or deny sales until Congress is formally notified," a State Department official said, adding that the US government would consider factors such as regional balance, human rights and impact on the US defense industry base.
    The Saudi ambassador to Washington, Prince Khalid bin Salman, declined to comment on the deal, but said in a statement Riyadh would implement the agreements signed during Trump's visit.
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