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Iraq seeks to purchase a $2.5 billion missile system from South Korea


Iraq "Seeks a 2.5 billion dollar Missile System" from South Korea.  
According to media reports, Iraqi authorities have requested the M-SAM-II, or Cheongung II, a robust Defense system against aircraft, cruise missiles, and ballistic missiles.  You can watch the video on Iraq's missile system purchase here. null


Developed by the Agency for Defense Development (ADD), this underscores the urgent necessity for sophisticated missile defense systems for Iraq.



Its sophisticated radar system can simultaneously detect and track numerous targets, ensuring high precision.



The system also utilizes hit-to-kill technology to neutralize threats through kinetic energy, minimizing collateral damage.



Through strategic cooperation and acquiring military equipment, Saudi Arabia and the UAE have substantially enhanced Iraq's defense infrastructure, providing strategic military support and fortifying Iraq's defense capabilities.



The reason this purchase is so necessary is because Iraq has no way of protecting itself should Israel or any other country decide to send missiles to Iraq. This task is urgently important, especially since it is documented that militants in Iraq are sending armed missiles from Iraq into Israel.  



At the present time, Iraq has no umbrella to fight off incoming missiles or drones. The channel will keep you updated on these developments. 



This post first appeared on Iraqi Dinar US Rates News, please read the originial post: here

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