U.S. senators seek to stop $23 billion Trump arms sales to UAE

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Two Democratic and one Republican U.S. senators announced on Wednesday that they would introduce four separate pieces of legislation seeking to reject the Trump administration's effort to sell more than $23 billion of drones and other weapons systems to the United Arab Emirates

Reuters November 19, 2020 04:10:27 IST
U.S. senators seek to stop $23 billion Trump arms sales to UAE

US senators seek to stop 23 billion Trump arms sales to UAE

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Two Democratic and one Republican U.S. senators announced on Wednesday that they would introduce four separate pieces of legislation seeking to reject the Trump administration's effort to sell more than $23 billion of drones and other weapons systems to the United Arab Emirates.

(Reporting by Patricia Zengerle; editing by Diane Craft)

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