South Korea’s Moon sells K-pop, missiles on Mideast trip

South Korea’s Moon sells K-pop, missiles on Mideast trip - Bloomberg

17/1/2022 7:07:00 AM

South Korea’s Moon sells K-pop, missiles on Mideast trip - Bloomberg

(Jan 17): South Korean President Moon Jae-in (pictured) put on a display of both hard and soft power in the Middle East, closing a US$3.5 billion (RM14.65 billion) missile deal and hosting a K-pop concert for United Arab Emirates (UAE) leaders.South Korea agreed to sell the UAE Cheongung II midrange surface-to-air missiles during Moon’s visit to the Persian Gulf nation, Defence Acquisition Program Administration Chief Kang Eun-ho told reporters Sunday (Jan 16) in Abu Dhabi. The two sides committed

(Jan 17): South Korean President Moon Jae-in (pictured) put on a display of both hard and soft power in the Middle East, closing a US$3.5 billion (RM14.65 billion) missile deal and hosting a K-pop concert for United Arab Emirates (UAE) leaders.South Korea agreed to sell the UAE Cheongung II midrange surface-to-air missiles during Moon’s visit to the Persian Gulf nation, Defence Acquisition Program Administration Chief Kang Eun-ho told reporters Sunday (Jan 16) in Abu Dhabi. The two sides committed to expand ties between their defence industries after the contract, which will involve LIG Nex1 Co, Hanwha Systems Co and Hanwha Defense Systems Corp.

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