Polish Defense Minister “Marius Blaschak” posted a tweet on his official Twitter account, praising the Turkish drone agreement signed between his country and Ankara.
“An important day for our safety,” Blashak said in his tweet, “We have signed a contract to import 24 Turkish” Bayraktar TB2 “drones.
It is considered one of the most important elements of modernization of the Polish army, and the Polish Armed Forces will acquire completely new capabilities. “
It is noteworthy that, on Monday, Turkey signed an agreement to export its armed drones (marching) Bayraktar “TB2” to Poland, a member of NATO and the European Union.
It is worth noting that there are many demands from many countries around the world regarding the purchase of Turkish marches and weapons.
This is after the great success achieved by Turkish drones in reversing the balance of power in the conflict areas, especially in the Karabakh war and Libya.
According to the agreement, 24 Turkish marches, ground control stations and ground data stations will be exported to Poland.
Also, MAM-L and MAM-C ammunition, which was supervised by the Turkish missile manufacturer Roketsan, will be exported.
Baykar is a Turkish company operating in the field of defense and aviation in Turkey since 1984, and it is one of the few unmanned aircraft manufacturers in the world.