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Turkish drones to be assembled in Kazakhstan

12.05.2022 122 просмотров

Kazakhstan will be the first country outside of Turkey to assemble Anka reconnaissance drones.


The Turkish aerospace company Tusash and Kazakhstan Engineering are planning to establish a joint production of Turkish Anka unmanned aerial vehicles in Kazakhstan. According to the Turkish newspaper Milliet on Wednesday, the parties signed a corresponding protocol of intent.

The publication does not specify whether the document was signed during the visit of the President of Kazakhstan Kassym-Jomart Tokayev to Turkey, noting , that along with the assembly of drones, the project provides for their maintenance and technology transfer.

Milliet also reports that Kazakhstan will be the first country outside of Turkey to assemble Anka strike and reconnaissance drones.< br>
The newspaper cites the statements of Tusash General Director Temel Kotil, who noted that the implementation of the deal will further strengthen Turkey's trade and friendly relations with fraternal Kazakhstan.

Earlier it was reported that that Turkey, within the framework of the agreement signed with Kazakhstan in 2021, will sell him three Anka drones.

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