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الـبلد : المهنة : ضابطالمزاج : * الله * الوطن * الملك *التسجيل : 24/08/2011عدد المساهمات : 1213معدل النشاط : 1201التقييم : 25الدبـــابة : الطـــائرة : المروحية :
موضوع: فريم أخرى للمغرب الخميس 9 فبراير 2012 - 1:48
السلام عليكم و رحمة الله تعالى و بركاته بعد صفقة الفريم المغربية الأولى المغرب ستتعاقد على الفريم التانية
In late January 2011, AMI sources indicated that the Royal Moroccan Navy (Marine Royal Marocaine – MRM) may be interested in a second unit of the FREMM frigate from France‘s DCNS. In 2007, Morocco ordered their first FREMM from DCNS as well as four 70-meter off-shore patrol vessels (OPV) from Raidco Marine in France in addition to three Sigma class frigates from the Netherlands. These procurements are believed to be in response to moves by Morocco‘s neighbor, Algeria to procure new surface combatants and submarines for their sea service. While the MRM is considering the procurement of a second FREMM, there are still numerous questions to be answered. First and foremost is the funding (around US$700M for unit two). With the first unit scheduled to commission in 2013, the funding line for a second procurement would need to be in place within the next two years in order to have a contract awarded in a reasonable amount of time to enable savings from current FREMM construction and economies of scale. Political risk will also factor in this procurement. The social and political unrest in much of the region may see internal political disruptions in Morocco similar to those seen in Tunisia, Algeria, Jordan and Egypt of late. Additional defense spending would probably be considered unpopular in the civil sector and could add fuel to the fire in Morocco in the event of any unrest. In the event of civil unrest, the procurement of the second unit could in fact be squashed before it has a chance to get off the ground. AMI believes that assuming the civil situation in Morocco remains stable – a second FREMM will be procured but not before 2012. What is certain is that Morocco is making naval procurement plans in response to Algerian naval force developments – specifically the recent deliveries of two Russian Kilo class submarines and the pending order for new frigates or corvettes. The addition of a second FREMM frigate would allow for the MRM to deploy a more robust anti-submarine (ASW) and anti-air capability (AAW) for longer periods on both sides of the Strait of Gibraltar. Additional information on this project can be obtained by contacting Rick Dorn at AMI International (Tel: [color=#49535A ! important] [color=#49535A ! important][color=#49535A ! important][b] [color=#49535A ! important][color=#49535A ! important][b] [color=#49535A ! important][color=#49535A ! important][b]+ 1 360 373 2686[color=#49535A ! important] or E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org) or visiting the FREMM Frigate project report at: http://www.amiinter.com/wnpr/morocco/MO1301.html