The Republic of Korea (South Korea) is actively considering financing options with leading commercial banks to facilitate the export of approximately 30 trillion won ($23 billion) worth of weapons to Poland.
Officials revealed on Monday that negotiations with major financial institutions are underway to address hurdles faced by local defense firms seeking to secure additional contracts with Poland.
Last year, South Korean companies achieved a milestone with major defense deals totaling 17 trillion won, marking the country’s largest-ever arms deal. The agreement included the supply of K2 tanks, K9 self-propelled howitzers, FA-50 light attack aircraft, and Chunmoo multiple rocket launchers to Poland.
Source : Defence