Trump to sign agreement for F-35 fighter jets for UAE before the end of his term

Cooper has shown that everything goes in this direction

The U.S. State Department said Saturday that President Donald Trump is likely to sign an agreement to supply the United Arab Emirates with F-35 fighters before the end of his term.

For his part, Clark Cooper, the US Secretary of State for Military and Political Affairs, said everything was moving in this direction, with Trump signing an agreement with the United Arab Emirates until he steps down as president on January 20, according to Russia Today.

“Cooper” suggested that the presumption of President-elect Joe Biden would not affect the deal, which is estimated at $ 23 billion.

He pointed out that the current officials of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs are working closely with their Emirati counterparts.

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Trump to sign agreement for F-35 fighters for UAE before the end of his term


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The U.S. State Department said Saturday that President Donald Trump is likely to sign an agreement to supply the United Arab Emirates with F-35 fighters before the end of his term.

For his part, Clark Cooper, the US Secretary of State for Military and Political Affairs, said everything was moving in this direction, with Trump signing an agreement with the United Arab Emirates until he steps down as president on January 20, according to Russia Today.

“Cooper” suggested that the presumption of President-elect Joe Biden would not affect the deal, which is estimated at $ 23 billion.

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He pointed out that the current officials of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs are working closely with their Emirati counterparts.

09 January 2021 – 25 Jumada I 1442

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Cooper has shown that everything goes in this direction

The U.S. State Department said Saturday that President Donald Trump is likely to sign an agreement to supply the United Arab Emirates with F-35 fighters before the end of his term.

For his part, Clark Cooper, the US Secretary of State for Military and Political Affairs, said everything was moving in this direction, with Trump signing an agreement with the United Arab Emirates until he steps down as president on January 20, according to Russia Today.

“Cooper” suggested that the presumption of President-elect Joe Biden would not affect the deal, which is estimated at $ 23 billion.

He pointed out that the current officials of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs are working closely with their Emirati counterparts.

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