Greece acquired Electronic Warfare Equipment from South Africa

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According to a document of South Africa that was published, Greece, in 2021 bought electronic warfare equipment from the African state.

South Africa’s annual report states: “South Africa’s defense industry exported Rs 3.3 billion worth of weapons, ammunition and military equipment to 67 countries worldwide last year, according to the latest figures from the State Conventional Arms Control Commission (NCACC).

The Greek Armed Forces plan to acquire electronic warfare capabilities
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Informing Parliament’s Joint Standing Committee on Defense (JSCD) recently, the chairman of the Conventional Arms Control Committee, Mondli Gungubele, revealed that in 2021, 574 export licenses were approved in 67 countries, worth Rs 3.35 billion (196.000.000 €) ».

“South Africa is known for its electronic warfare technology and in 2021 exported electronic warfare equipment worth over Rs 210 million to 18 countries.

The largest contracts came from Sweden (South African Rand) 42 million, Mozambique (11 million), India (26 million), Greece”(22 million) and Brazil (65 million),” the South African State Conventional Arms Control Commission announced in a statement.

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