Frigates: And suddenly the Germans come with the German Bremen-class frigates?

Frigates: And suddenly the Germans come with the German Bremen-class frigates for intermediate solution ships?
These are frigates that Greek officials have met, after participating in NATO operations in the Aegean and the Eastern Mediterranean.
Germany’s 3,600-ton Bremen-class frigates are to be retired as they are being replaced by the 7,200-ton Baden Wurttemberg.
The German frigates (also referred to as the F122 class) entered service in the 1980s and can undertake anti-ship duties as well as against enemy aircraft and missiles with their Sea Sparrow anti-aircraft missiles.
The Bremens are also capable of surface warfare with the Harpoon anti-ship missiles while they are also equipped with the RIM-116 Rolling Airframe Missile, to which the Greek admirals attach particular importance.
Given the Greek-German agreement on armaments, there are not a few voices in the Greek Navy who would see a very good solution, as an intermediate solution, in this particular class of German frigates.
The German Navy’s eight F122 Bremen-class frigates are a series of frigates produced between 1982 and 1990.
At the same time, information wants the first Greek Marder 1 from Germany to be already on Greek soil.
These are the first of the 40 Marder 1s that will come to Greece, to replace the Russian BMP-1s which will be sent from Greece (the first ones have already been sent) to Ukraine.
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