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Greece to Buy Six More Rafale Jets, Bringing Total to 24

Greece announced on Saturday it will buy six more Rafale fighter jets from France bringing the total the number of French fighters sold to Athens to 24. Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis revealed plans to acquire an additional six Rafales. "I...

French Rafale Jets Fly Over Greece

French Rafale jets made their flying debut over Greece on Thursday during the joint bilateral exercise, "Skyros 2021". The exercise allowed Greece to take a close look at the jets that Athens recently signed a contract for, Greek National Defense...

Greece, France Sign $2.8 Billion Rafale Jet Deal

Greece signed a 2.3 billion-euro ($2.8 billion) deal with France on Monday to purchase 18 Rafale fighter jets. Florence Parly, the French Defense Minister, signed the agreement in Athens to deliver 12 used and six new aircraft built by Dassault...

Greece Signs Deal With France to Purchase 18 Rafale Jets

Greece is to sign a formal agreement with France for the purchase of 18 Rafale fighter jets at a ceremony in Athens on Monday. French Defense Minister Florence Parly will visit the Greek capital and will also hold meetings with...

Rafale Jet Purchase Approved by Greek Parliament

The Greek Parliament overwhelmingly approved on Thursday the purchase of 18 French-made Rafale fighter jets. All of Greece's political parties, with the exception of the Communist party and Gianis Varoufakis' Mera25, voted for the bill which was approved by a...

Greece to Buy 18 Rafale Fighters, Four New Frigates to Boost Defense

Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis announced on Saturday that Greece will buy 18 new Rafale aircraft and four frigates to address the defense needs of the country. The Greek premier, speaking in Thessaloniki, said that the defense of the country will...

Greece Mulls Defense Upgrade Program; Talks with France Over Fighter Jets

Greece is discussing with friends and allies possible defense purchases which could reach up to 10 billion euros ($12 billion) over the next decade, local media report on Tuesday, quoting unnamed officials in Athens. According to the reports, funds amounting...