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English: The MEKO family of warships was developed by the German company Blohm + Voss. MEKO is a registered trademark. The portmanteau stands for "Mehrzweck-Kombination" (English: multi-purpose-combination). It is a concept in modern naval shipbuilding based on modularity of armament, electronics and other equipment, aiming at ease of maintenance and cost reduction. MEKO ships include families of frigates, corvettes and ocean-going patrol boats. Construction of MEKO ships began in the late seventies with the design and later building of Nigeria's MEKO 360 H1.
<nowiki>MEKO; MEKO; МЕКО; MEKO; MEKO; MEKO; MEKO型护卫舰; MEKO; MEKO; MEKO型フリゲート; MEKO; MEKO; MEKO; MEKO; MEKO; MEKO; ميكو; MEKO; MEKO; Buques de guerra desarrollados por el astillero alemán Blohm + Voss; Markenbezeichung für eine Reihe von Kriegsschiffen des Herstellers ThyssenKrupp Marine Systems; famille de navires de guerre; ship type; سفينة حربية ألمانية; 德国军舰; Blohm + Voss firmasının tasarladığı savaş gemisi ailesi; Mehrzweck-Kombination</nowiki>
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