A very strong defensive axis against the Turkish plans has been created in the Aegean and Eastern Mediterranean from Greece, Cyprus and Israel, in view of the very rapid energy developments and the construction of the East Med pipeline. The time has come for drones, unmanned aerial vehicles to monitor our borders and strengthen the country’s defense capabilities. The first state-of-the-art drones (UAV), type Heron, are expected in a few weeks and will be installed in the heart of the Aegean and not in Larissa as originally proposed (for obvious reasons, the exact location from which the operations will operate is not mentioned. drones). The move of the Israelis to install a state-of-the-art radar in Eastern Crete is an indication of the strengthening of the alliance and the bad position in which Ankara finds itself, as from now on its every move will be monitored.
The need for surveillance by our country and in the Eastern Mediterranean is constantly increasing, as all allies have recognized the stability of Greece in the broad and large arc from the Balkans to the Eastern Mediterranean.