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July 7, 1988
The Reagan Administration intends to sell Greece 1,500 Stinger anti-aircraft missiles and 500 launchers for an estimated $124 million, the Pentagon said in a statement. Congress has 30 days to disapprove the sale of the shoulder-fired weapons, which the Pentagon said will help Greece meet its North Atlantic Treaty Organization obligations by modernizing its air defense forces.
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January 28, 1991 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Greek Foreign Minister Antonis Samaras flew to the United States to seek more U.S. military aid, specifically Patriot anti-missile missiles to defend against possible Iraqi attack. Officials said Samaras is to meet with Secretary of State James A. Baker III and Defense Secretary Dick Cheney in Washington today. The Greek minister flew to New York after returning to Athens from visits to Cairo and Damascus.
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January 28, 1991 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Greek Foreign Minister Antonis Samaras flew to the United States to seek more U.S. military aid, specifically Patriot anti-missile missiles to defend against possible Iraqi attack. Officials said Samaras is to meet with Secretary of State James A. Baker III and Defense Secretary Dick Cheney in Washington today. The Greek minister flew to New York after returning to Athens from visits to Cairo and Damascus.
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May 31, 1990 | From Reuters
After years of bitter disputes and tough negotiations, the United States and Greece signed a new defense agreement Wednesday allowing American bases to stay in the eastern Mediterranean country. The major installations covered by the agreement are a U.S. Air Force base and a Navy base on the island of Crete and about 20 smaller installations spread across the country.
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May 31, 1990 | From Reuters
After years of bitter disputes and tough negotiations, the United States and Greece signed a new defense agreement Wednesday allowing American bases to stay in the eastern Mediterranean country. The major installations covered by the agreement are a U.S. Air Force base and a Navy base on the island of Crete and about 20 smaller installations spread across the country.
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July 7, 1988
The Reagan Administration intends to sell Greece 1,500 Stinger anti-aircraft missiles and 500 launchers for an estimated $124 million, the Pentagon said in a statement. Congress has 30 days to disapprove the sale of the shoulder-fired weapons, which the Pentagon said will help Greece meet its North Atlantic Treaty Organization obligations by modernizing its air defense forces.
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