Defence Cooperation Program 2023 signed by Greece and Israel


The Hellenic National Defense General Staff (HNDGSS) has recently announced Greece and Israel signed the 2023 Defence Cooperation Program.

The new joint program was signed in Israel’s capital, Tel Aviv, on Wednesday between two of the country’s officials.

According to Ekathimerini, on Greece’s side, the program was signed by HNDGS’s Director of International Relations Brigadier General Nikolaos Holevas, and from Israel by Colonel Gil Dolov, the Head of the International Cooperation Department of the General Staff of the country’s Armed Forces.

Greece-Israel Defense Cooperation Program: Plans 58 exercises and other  activities for 2023
Left to right: Colonel Gil Dolov and Brigadier General Nikolaos Holevas. Photo: hndgspio
The program also includes actions regarding the Greece-Cyprus-Israel Joint Action Plan 2022.

Greece and Israel’s individual Branches of Armed Forces, Special Forces and Special Operation Forces will participate in joint and cross-branch training.

Seminars and staff meetings will also be completed during training in national-interdisciplinary and multi-national schools.

In total, the program includes 58 activities, including 25 joint exercises, 15 joint training and remaining 18 which is scheduled to take place in Greece and Israel.

Source: Ekathimerini




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