Libya Signs $500mn Arms Agreement with Greece
Greece has agreed to sell Libya $500mn worth of military hardware, according to an agreement signed in Tripoli on 22 December by Brigadier General Abu Bakir Yunis Jabir, the Libyan Chief of Staff, and Mr. Pavsanias Zakolikos, the Greek Deputy National Defense Minister. Libya has expressed interest in acquiring Greek manufactured anti-aircraft guns, fast patrol boats, army vehicles and technical assistance for the air force and the...
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