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Greek Cypriot Administration buys drones for 13 Million Euro claims Israeli press

Greek Cypriot Administration buys drones for 13 Million Euro claims Israeli pressIsraeli press claimed that Greek Cypriot Administration has recently bought 4millitary spec dronesfrom Israel in order to be able to observe the drilling activities of Turkey in Mediterranean.
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Israeli press claimed that Greek Cypriot Administration has recently bought 4 drones from Israel in order to be able to observe the drilling activities of Turkey in Mediterranean.

According to report, the manufacturer of the drones Israeli Aeronautics Company denied to confirm the sales due to the infringement of costumer privacy but Israeli press claimed that Greek Cypriot Administration has paid 13 Million Euros for the vehicles.

While the total expenditure of 13 Million Euro is the highest military expense for Greek Cypriot Administration, well informed sources believed that the drilling activities of Turkish vessels in the area have played a key role on this expenditures.

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