Turkey’s Armed Drones Sell ‘Like Hot Cakes’


ANKARA – Artificially armed drones Turkey (SIHA) sold like “hot cakes” according to a French newspaper report, The world.

“In recent years, Turkey has directed its military industry to produce unmanned drones and has been increasing exports every day,” the newspaper report said.

The report explains, “Turkish drones, which have had success in Syria, Libya, and Nagorno-Karabakh are selling quickly and are in demand in ex-Soviet countries.”

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“Cheap and effective” armed drones manufactured by the Baykar company in Turkey have changed the course of the conflict by shooting down tanks, armored vehicles, ammunition depots and air defense systems in the three conflict zones where they were deployed in 2020.

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