The Czech government has approved the supply of munitions to the Kurdish regional government in Iraq battling against Islamic State radicals. The Czech News Agency reported on Wednesday that it had seen documents suggesting that the Kurds would receive millions of rounds of ammunition for Kalashnikov assault rifles and machine guns, as well as hand grenades and ammunition for anti-tank rocket launchers. The US Army is to deliver the supplies, worth CZK 41 million and weighing over 500 tonnes, to Iraq by the end of this year.
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