Fighter jets of Greek air force arrive in Saudi Arabia to participate in 'Falcon Eye 2' joint drill

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Updated 25 May 2021

Fighter jets of Greek air force arrive in Saudi Arabia to participate in 'Falcon Eye 2' joint drill

Fighter jets of Greek air force arrive in Saudi Arabia to participate in 'Falcon Eye 2' joint drill

RIYADH: F-16 fighter jets of the Greek Hellenic Air Force, arrived on Monday at King Faisal Air Base in the northern sector to participate in "Falcon Eye 2" drill maneuvers, the Saudi Press Agency said. 
The maneuvers will be carried out during May. 
Commander of King Faisal Air Base in the Northern Sector, the drill commander, Major General Pilot, Nasser bin Saeed Al-Qahtani confirmed that the exercise comes within the framework of military cooperation between the two friendly countries.
The drill aims to develop the skills of air and technical crews and to support their readiness and to exchange experiences in all fields.