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Rafale for Egypt

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Egypt has signed a contract with France to buy 30 Rafale fighters, in a deal of 3.75 Bn euro. France was the main weapons supplier to Egypt between 2013-2017, including a previous sale of 24 Rafales combat aircraft under delivery.

Egypt has signed a contract with France to buy 30 Rafale fighters, in a deal of 3.75 Bn euro. France was the main weapons supplier to Egypt between 2013-2017, including a previous sale of 24 Rafales combat aircraft under delivery.

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