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Greece has proposed a collaborative approach with India for negotiating the purchase of additional Rafale fighter jets from French aircraft manufacturer Dassault Aviation. This strategy leverages the combined buying power of both nations to potentially secure a more favourable deal.

Greece argues that a united front of two or more countries at the negotiating table would strengthen their bargaining position and potentially lead to a better price per jet. This bulk purchase approach is a common tactic used by nations to obtain discounts on expensive military equipment.

Both India and Greece are keen on acquiring additional Rafale jets. India’s planned procurement of 26 Rafale M fighters for its navy aligns with Greece’s desire to bolster its air force with more Rafales, following their successful integration of the jets in a previous deal. India’s pursuit of 114 fighter jets through the MRFA tender, with Rafale as a strong contender, further underscores the potential benefits of collaboration.

India is currently evaluating Greece’s proposal. Factors like the potential cost benefits, delivery schedules, and any logistical complexities associated with a joint negotiation will likely be part of India’s decision-making process.

The success of this joint negotiation approach, if adopted, could set a precedent for future military acquisitions. Collaboration between nations with similar needs could become a more common strategy to leverage buying power and optimize defence procurement processes.

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