Egyptian Defence News
In 2011, Ethiopia launched the "Grand Renaissance" dam project built on the Nile to provide it with the capacity to produce 15,000 gigawatts/hour each year.
Egypt currently has an air flotilla of two types of fighters - the F-16C Fighting Falcon and Russian MiG-29. It calls the fighter with similar characteristics.
Egypt will pay approximately 130m euros for nine patrol boats that were built for Saudi Arabia by German shipyard Lursen, learned BulgarianMilitary.com, citing the website boerse.de, which announced the news earlier this month.
Recent military contacts between Armenia and Azerbaijan have gradually shifted the focus from a topic that should not be left in the background. We are talking about Turkey, Libya, Greece, Syria and … Egypt.
International military markets are gradually recovering from the epidemic that was imposed by the coronavirus in almost all over the world during the summer. Trends are already beginning to be noticed, especially in the field of trade in aircraft.
The Italian website "Itamil Radar" confirmed that a Turkish spy aircraft Boeing E-7T No. 002-13, with a call signal TURAF27, after taking off from the Turkish air base of Konya, flew in the area between Tripoli and Misrata
New information is coming about the twenty-year deal for Greece. A few days ago, the Pentapostagma reported to you on the preliminary agreement between France and Greece for the acquisition of Rafale fighters, learned BulgarianMilitary.com.
At the beginning of August this year. the Russian Minister of Industry and Trade, Denis Manturov, announced that the mass production of the T-14 Armata MBTs for the Russian army had begun.
The scenario of a war between two NATO members, Greece and Turkey, described quite recently, is becoming more and more real and tangible. The specific reason for a possible war is the division of the Mediterranean shelf with oil and gas fields.
Egypt has big plans to build a formidable fleet to oppose both the Turkish plans of Erdogan, who dreams of Ottoman greatness and the accommodation of members of the fraternity in the government of Cairo, but also of Lebanon and Lebanon.
Turkey has reportedly sent the latest KORKUT anti-aircraft system to Libya. The latest satellite images posted to a Twitter account showed that Turkish anti-aircraft systems in Korkut were located at Al-Watiya Air Base in western Libya
"Egypt and Greece signed a maritime demarcation agreement last week in a development that has broad economic and mainly geopolitical and defense significance," a major Cairo newspaper reported, learned BulgarianMilitary.com.
Egypt was suspected of deploying the S-300 anti-aircraft missile system (SAM) in Libya. Photos of the alleged equipment in the city of Ras al-Anuf, which is located in the east of the country, appeared on social networks
On July 30, Turkish bloggers posted videos on YouTube about Egyptian soldiers who allegedly found themselves on the front lines in Greater Idlib, in northern Syria.
Immediately after the leader of the Libyan Jamahiriya Muammar Gaddafi was killed and several scattered groups seized power in the country, the Egyptian government began to equip its own army with advanced military equipment.
In the present, highly tense regional situation, all manifestations of military activity observed in the Mediterranean are becoming even symbolic. Especially when ships from France and Egypt cooperate with each other,
The Egyptian parliament has given the head of state Abdel Fattah al-Sisi the right to use the armed forces in Libya - Cairo supports General Haftar, whose army controls the eastern part of the country.
Pictures appeared on the Web as the first batch of heavy Russian Su-35 fighters of the 4 ++ generation, created for the Egyptian Air Force, began to fly, learned BulgarianMilitary.com.
The Egyptian parliament unanimously approved the possible dispatch of the country's military to carry out combat missions outside Egypt, and Egyptian state television announced the official start of coordination with the Libyan leadership in the coming days.
The Egyptian parliament on Monday unanimously approved and gave a green light for possible dispatch of the country's military to carry out combat missions outside Egypt, having regard to Libya, learned BulgarianMilitary.com