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Hellenic Air Force has the ability to strike the new Turkish base in occupied Cyprus

As we know from rumors and information that is deliberately leaked to the Turkish media, Turkey is starting the construction of a new naval base in occupied Cyprus.

Specifically, 108 acres of land in Karpasia were illegally transferred to the Security Administration of the occupied Territories for 30 years with the aim of building a base for the Turkish navy in the area.

Before Turkish media begin cheering, the Greek response is ready and has a range of about 560 km, is powered by a turbojet engine, and can arm both the Mirage 2000-5 and the RAFALE of the Hellenic Air Force.

It weighs about 1,300 kilograms (2,900 pounds) and aims to destroy buildings and command and control posts, communications, airports, naval bases, and enemy power stations.
With the ability to hit surface ships or submarines parked in Turkish and not only naval bases but also bridges and other strategic targets of high value.

This answer is none other than the SCALP-EG cruise missile that continues to equip the Greek Mirage 2000-5 and soon the RAFALE fighter jets, with an unspecified number of missiles ready to teach lessons to any occupying force.

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