U.S. announces sale of maintenance services for Patriot missiles to Taiwan
Washington, April 5 (CNA) The United States government has approved its third arms package to Taiwan since President Joe Biden took office, a US$95-million sale to Taiwan of equipment and services aimed at maintaining Taiwan's U.S.-made missile defense system.
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