Is Poland on Way to Acquiring Turkish Bayraktar UAVs?
- Speculation is rife that Poland may acquire Turkish attack drones following a Tweet by Polish Defense Minister Mariusz Blaszczak in which he said, “Good news is coming soon … stay tuned,” accompanied by the photograph Bayraktar TB2 UAV.
- Poland has so far not made any official proposal to buy Turkish Drones. However, Turkey’s Industry and Technology Minister Mustafa Varank earlier Wednesday said the Turkish drones were set for the “European market.”
- He was speaking at the 3rd Defense Industry Meetings, organized by the Istanbul Chamber of Industry and the SAHA Istanbul Defense and Aerospace Cluster. “Very soon we will see the Bayraktar and Anka UAVs from Turkey flying in the European skies,” he said.
- Turkey, being a NATO member can export military equipment to fellow-NATO countries without extensive import-export permissions required if the export were to be to outside the military alliance.
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