Iraq's Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki (L) shakes hands with an Iraqi military officer during his visit to Amara, 300 km (185 miles) southeast of Baghdad, June 23, 2008. Maliki pledged to maintain law and order in the southern city of Amara on Monday, days after a security crackdown that the movement of Shi'ite cleric Moqtada al-Sadr said unfairly targeted them.
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Georgia - Since 2006 the Military of Georgia have entered into a $65 million supply agreement for approximately 7,000 T.A.R. 21 rifles (including different variants and grenade launchers). These guns are designated to replace the AK-74 derivatives that are currently in use by 7,850 special forces personnel. Officials report that 1,300 rifles have already been shipped.
Guatemala - Guatemala's police force or PNC (Policia Nacional Civil) operates the T.A.R. 21 for routine tasks, and some special forces operations. 
India - In late 2002, India signed an Rs. 880 million (about $20 million) deal with Israel Military Industries for 3,070 Tavor assault rifles to be issued to India's special forces personnel, where its ergonomics, reliability in heat and sand, and fast-point/fast-shoot design might give them an edge at close-quarters and employment from inside vehicles. By 2005, IMI had supplied 350-400 Tavors to India's northern Special Frontier Force (SFF). These were declared to be 'operationally unsatisfactory,' however, due to problems with their folding stock; meanwhile, Israeli units like the Galatz were voicing complaints of their own. The required changes appear to have been made, and the Tavor now looks set to enter operational service within a couple of months - even as India gears up for a larger competition that could feature a 9 mm M.T.A.R. 21 version. Tests in Israel during 2006 went well, clearing the contracted consignment for delivery. The new Tavors will have a modified single-piece stock and new sights, as well as Turkish-made MKEK T-40 40mm under-barrel grenade launchers (UBGLs). Singapore Technologies will supply the 5.56 mm ammunition.