The Republic of Korea Air Force shows the Black Eagles South Korean aerobatic flight team staging a performance aboard T-50 trainer jets at an air base in Deblin, Poland. The Polish government signed a contract to purchase 48 FA-50 light attack fighters from Korea Aerospace Industries the same day. Photo: EPA-EFE/ROK Air Force handout
The Republic of Korea Air Force shows the Black Eagles South Korean aerobatic flight team staging a performance aboard T-50 trainer jets at an air base in Deblin, Poland. The Polish government signed a contract to purchase 48 FA-50 light attack fighters from Korea Aerospace Industries the same day. Photo: EPA-EFE/ROK Air Force handout
South Korea

South Korea steps closer to Ukraine war with massive arms deal to Poland

  • South Korea will provide Nato-member Poland with more than 1,600 tanks and howitzers, and nearly 50 fighter jets
  • Seoul’s policy is not to provide Ukraine with lethal aid, and to avoid antagonising Moscow – for economic reasons and for its influence with Pyongyang

The Republic of Korea Air Force shows the Black Eagles South Korean aerobatic flight team staging a performance aboard T-50 trainer jets at an air base in Deblin, Poland. The Polish government signed a contract to purchase 48 FA-50 light attack fighters from Korea Aerospace Industries the same day. Photo: EPA-EFE/ROK Air Force handout
The Republic of Korea Air Force shows the Black Eagles South Korean aerobatic flight team staging a performance aboard T-50 trainer jets at an air base in Deblin, Poland. The Polish government signed a contract to purchase 48 FA-50 light attack fighters from Korea Aerospace Industries the same day. Photo: EPA-EFE/ROK Air Force handout
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