Turkey Confirms Delivery Of Bayraktar TB2 To Ukraine

Deputy Prime Minister Borisov said that Turkey sealed the fate of the Moscow-Ankara cooperation by supplying UAV to Ukraine under a new agreement between Ukraine and Turkey. Turkey’s military said it would review relations with Ukraine if they stop sellng UAV. On the other hand, Foreign Minister Çavuşoğlu of Turkey made a proposal, “We can also sell Bayraktar TB2 drone to Russia”.

After the tension between Ukraine and Russia in the Black Sea, the international media reported that Kyiv may resort to Turkish-made Armed Unmanned Aerial Vehicles in case of a possible conflict.

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said in a statement recently, Turkish sale of UAV to Ukraine is a conflict between Moscow-Turkey cooperation, ” Moscow, Turkey and other countries warn that the encouragement of the militaristic tendencies in Kiev .” said.

The final statement on the SİHAs provided to Ukraine came from Russian Deputy Prime Minister Yuri Borisov.

Russian Deputy Prime Minister Yuri Borisov, ” depending on Turkey’s actions, they will decide whether or not to continue military-technical cooperation with Ukraine.

Close Cooperation Between Turkey And Ukraine

Borisov was asked about the possibility of ending this cooperation if Ankara supplies a new set of drones to Ukraine.

“In each case, we will examine this possibility specifically ,” the Russian official said.

Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said at a press conference yesterday, Turkey will supply Ukraine with drones without any precondition.

Speaking about the tension between Russia and Ukraine, Çavuşoğlu said, “If everyone can come to an agreement, they can give everyone a defense industry product. This is not a manifestation of anti-Russia. We will sit down and discuss this with Russia.

When asked the question ” Do you say we will sell arms to Russia? “, Çavuşoğlu said that they could sell arms to Russia or another country.

Kyiv is interested in the joint production of Bayraktar TB2 UAV in Ukraine, is planning to purchase 48 drones.

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