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Japan / UAE / Yemen: NGO urges Kawasaki not to sell military transport aircraft to UAE, company did not respond
Network Against Japan Arms Trade (NAJAT), a Japanese NGO, has expressed concern regarding reports that Japanese military transport aircraft may be sold to the United Arabs Emirates (UAE). NAJAT notes that the UAE is engaging in armed intervention in t...
Kawasaki Heavy Industries did not respond to the Business & Human Rights Resource Centre regarding NAJAT's allegations on the possible sale of military transport aircraft to the UAE.
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