President of Poland came to Turkey to sign agreement on purchase of AUAV

Polish Defense Minister Mariusz Blaszczak came to Turkey to hold talks on the purchase of 24 Armed Unmanned Aerial Vehicles. After the necessary negotiations, if an agreement is reached and signed, Poland will be the first NATO member to buy an Armed Unmanned Aerial Vehicle from Turkey.

Polish President Andrzej Duda came to Ankara for official talks. During his visit, Duda is expected to sign the agreement on unmanned aerial vehicles they will buy from Turkey.

Words of praise

Polish Defense Minister Mariusz Blaszczak announced that his country would buy 24 Bayraktar (TB2) type Armed Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (AUV) from Turkey. Poland, a member of the European Union (EU), will thus become the first NATO member country to receive drones from Turkey. “This is a real weapon. It proved itself in wars in the east of Europe. It was also used in the Middle East,” Blaszczak said about TB2. he used the expressions.

The best in the industry

The UAVs and AUAVs produced in Turkey attracted the attention of the world again with the conflicts in Nagorno-Karabakh. The drone named Bayraktar TB2, produced by Baykar, is described as one of the best in the industry. It is distinguished from its competitors especially because it is one of the smallest AUAVs that can carry missiles. Bayraktar TB2 can be used as a UAV in terms of performing reconnaissance, continuous aerial surveillance and intelligence tasks, and as an armament to destroy the ammunition load by firing at the target.

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