U.A.E. to Buy South Korean K11 Rifles, Be First Export Customer, UPI Says

The United Arab Emirates agreed to buy K11 rifles from South Korea, becoming the first export customer for the weapon, United Press International reported, citing the U.A.E.’s Defense Acquisition Program Administration.

The contract is due for final signing in July, the report said, adding that the price per rifle is estimated at $14,000.

In December, the U.A.E. awarded an $18.6 billion order for nuclear reactors to a group led by Korea Electric Power Corp.

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