Israel regularly exporting security equipment to Pakistan, says British report

Islamabad, June 11 (ANI): Israel has exported security equipment to Pakistan over the past five years, according to British Government report.

Other than Pakistan, Israel has also exported the equipments to four Arabian countries namely Egypt, Algeria, UAE and Morocco, Haaretz quoted the British government report, as saying.

The report deals with British government permits for arms and security equipment exports and was released by Britain's Department for Business, Innovation and Skills, Dawn News reports.

According to the report, Haaretz reported that from January 2008 to December 2012, British authorities processed hundreds of Israeli applications to purchase military items containing British components for use by the Israel Defence Forces, or to go into systems exported to third countries.

The report said Israel in 2011 sought to purchase British components to export radar systems to Pakistan, as well as other warfare systems.

Earlier in 2010, Israel also applied for permits to export electronic warfare systems and HUDs with components from Britain to Pakistan.

The report claimed that Israel's other clients for military exports over the past five years include India, Singapore, Turkey, Vietnam, South Korea, Japan, Sweden, Portugal, the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Colombia, Holland, Italy, Germany, Spain, Thailand, Macedonia, Belgium, Brazil, Chile, Switzerland, Ecuador, Mexico, Finland, Ireland, Luxembourg, Equatorial Guyana, Poland and Argentina.(ANI)


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