Ukraine plans to purchase 4 Bayraktar TB2 UAV complexes

Ukrainian Chief of General Staff Valeriy Zaluzhny announced that they plan to purchase 4 more Bayraktar TB2 type unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) complexes for 2021-2022.

In a statement to the Report news agency, Zalujny reminded that they added 1 TB2 UAV complex to their inventory this year.

Stating that they plan to purchase 4 more complexes for 2021-2022, Zalujny said, “We also intend to include such drones in our inventory as domestic production in the future.” made its assessment.

Zalujny stated that it is not enough to take them, they need to learn to use them effectively.

The Ukrainian Armed Forces purchased 6 Bayraktar TB2 UAVs and 3 ground control stations from Turkey in 2019.

In July, 1 TB2 UAV complex was sent to the Ukrainian Naval Forces.

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