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South Korea to discuss arms sales to Poland on NATO sidelines

President Yoon eyes opportunity for arms industry with indirect aid to Ukraine

Poland has expressed interest in buying South Korean tanks. (South Korean Ministry of Defense via Kyodo)

SEOUL -- South Korea will hold talks with Poland on exporting weapons to the Eastern European nation on the sidelines of this week's NATO summit as Seoul considers providing indirect military support to Ukraine by shoring up a neighbor.

South Korean President Yoon Suk-yeol departed Monday for the NATO gathering in Spain, where he is scheduled to meet with other world leaders.

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