Die sets are the same. I use regular Lee .223 Dies for reloading my AK223 (Wasr 3), and never have a problem cycling the brass.
They do suggest however using a small base die set for semi-autos. Here is a youtube video that I found that explains the difference between regular and small base dies.
Forgot to mention ... also lookout for Military Brass. The cases are crimped, and the crimp needs to be removed before reloading. This only needs to occur once, however requires either a swaging tool to open up the primer pocket by relocating metal, or by the use of a cutter to remove metal around the primer pocket. (Swagers are the way to go - Dillon is best $$$, however some swear by the RCBS if not processing a lot of cases).