Greece is reportedly focusing on acquiring six more French Rafale fighters, shortly after the signing of the Greek-French agreement for the purchase of 18 Rafale.
According to Proto Thema, the government is planning to buy new French fighters, increasing the total to 24 Rafale jets.
It is recalled that deal for the acquisition of the 18 Rafale fighter jets was made in January.
Regarding the Greece-France agreement already made, the first six used Rafale aircraft are expected to start arriving in July, while six new aircraft will arrive in the spring of 2022, and the last six used will be received on early 2023.
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