As Poland’s new government weighs whether to continue acquisitions of South Korean weapons initiated by the previous Cabinet, Polish Deputy Prime Minister and Defense Minister Władysław Kosiniak-Kamysz criticized Seoul’s financial terms for further deliveries as unfavorable to Warsaw.

“The offer that was, in part, presented by the [South] Koreans for co-financing or crediting [weapon purchases by Poland] is unacceptable,” Kosiniak-Kamysz told local broadcaster Radio Zet in an interview. “It is simply too weak, it is impossible to be implemented,” he said, adding that talks with the Asian country’s government were ongoing.