Ankara, Turkey – Ukraine’s Chief of staff Ruslan Homchak announced that Ukraine is preparing to buy 5 armed unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) from Turkey.

According to Ukrainian media, Ukrainian Chief of staff Ruslan Homchak said that it was decided to purchase 5 armed unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) next year for the needs of the Ukrainian army.

Homchak noted that Turkish UCAVs have different tactical and technical characteristics.

Vadim Nostril, General Manager of Ukrainian state arms trading company Ukrspetseskport, announced that they plan to purchase 48 units from Turkish-made Bayraktar TB2 unmanned combat aerial vehicles (UCAVs).

Many countries are showing interest in Turkish UCAVs who have achieved historical successes in Syria, Libya and finally in Nagorno-Karabakh. The Ministry of National Defense announced that a delegation from Kazakhstan was on a 3-day visit to inspect the UAV facilities.

Changing the balance of war in Nagorno-Karabakh, many countries want to buy Turkish UCAVs.