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Date: 2017 Description: Total U.S. conventional weapons funding in the Middle East and North Africa from all U.S. agencies, 1993-2016: more than $525 million: Afghanistan 84.53%, India 0.06%, Kazakhstan 0.06%, Kyrgyz Republic 0.28%, Nepal 0.75%, Pakistan 0.17%, Sri Lanka 10.36%, Tajikistan 3.78%, Uzbekistan 0.02%. Turkmenistan benefited in FY13 from Defense Threat Reduction Agency programs. The funding does not appear on the chart above or the funding charts beginning on page 67 because the Defense Threat Reduction Agency does not assign dollar amounts to countries. [Regional funding is not included in this chart. It is included in the Global/Multi-country funding line found on page 74]- State Dept Image

Date: 2017 Description: Total U.S. conventional weapons funding in the Middle East and North Africa from all U.S. agencies, 1993-2016: more than $525 million: Afghanistan 84.53%, India 0.06%, Kazakhstan 0.06%, Kyrgyz Republic 0.28%, Nepal 0.75%, Pakistan 0.17%, Sri Lanka 10.36%, Tajikistan 3.78%, Uzbekistan 0.02%. Turkmenistan benefited in FY13 from Defense Threat Reduction Agency programs. The funding does not appear on the chart above or the funding charts beginning on page 67 because the Defense Threat Reduction Agency does not assign dollar amounts to countries. [Regional funding is not included in this chart. It is included in the Global/Multi-country funding line found on page 74]- State Dept Image

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