State Dept approves $113mn sale of air-to-air missiles to Japan amid N Korea tensions

The final sale, however, has yet to be negotiated between the US and Japanese governments, Defense News reported. This week, the Pentagon’s Defense Security Cooperation Agency notified Congress about the potential sale, DSCA said in a statement.
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