En Kripto reports that at the end of September a number of Greek Army officers travelled to the United States to inspect a series of M2/M3 Bradley Armoured Fighting Vehicles which have been made available for sale to the Greek Army. The offer is for vehicles which are currently in storage and are being offered at a low price. It is unknown how much it will cost to restore these vehicles to active duty.
The German government followed a few days later with an offer for 160 second hand Leo 2A4 tanks (see details here). This move was seen as a gesture of good faith with regards to the submarine issue but it seems this move could be a way for the German side to promote the sale of second hand Marder 1A3 vehicles to the Greek Army.
This can be seen in the context of a statement made by Assistant Minister of Defence Beglitis who said that all defence procurements will be re-evaluated from scratch. This makes the purchase of the Russian built BMP-3 less likely.