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Trump intends to seek payment from allies for military support

Trump voiced such developed countries as Saudi Arabia, Japan, and South Korea
11:50, 30 September 2018

CNN

President of the United States Donald Trump said he intends to seek payment from the developed countries for military support from Washington, DW reports. 

‘When it is about rich countries such as Saudi Arabia, Japan, South Korea, what to finance their armies for? They will pay us,’ Trump said.  

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In the case of South Korea, the American Leader claimed that the USA funds about 60 percent of their army. 

According to Trump, American generals told him that the White House pays for these countries because they are our allies. 

However, in his turn, the American Leader thinks that senior military officials do not understand in finances, and described the situation as an abhorrent trade deal and abhorrent military operation. 

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As it was reported earlier, the U.S. Senate’s House of Representatives supported allocating $250 million to Ukraine for the security and defense. The document includes major fundamental provisions of the bill on "Cooperation with Ukraine in the cyber-security sphere", which in particular provides for strengthening defensibility against cyber-attacks, securing governmental computer networks, reducing dependencies on Russian informational and communicational technologies, aiding in participation in information exchange programs. 

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