The trial jury in Pittsburgh, the US accused two men of the organization of the supply of the fire-arms, armament and night vision devices to Ukraine as Pittsburgh Action News reported.
It is established that 42-year-old Michael Cox from Michigan purchased the weaponry and handed it to 55-year-old Michael Stashchyshyn from New Jersey without the necessary license from the State Department.
If their guilt is proved then the suspects can be imprisoned up to 5 years, pay the fine in the sum of $250, 000 or both.
Earlier Poltorak reported that Javelin will be supplied to Ukraine in 2018.
As we reported U.S. State Department approved possible sale of Javelin anti-tank missiles and launch units to Ukraine at the cost of $47 million. The Pentagon said in a statement on Thursday the proposed sale would not alter the military balance in the region.