Report: Turkey continues to purchase Israeli weapons

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August 22, 2010 21:24

 
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Turkish Defense Ministry officials and weapons system experts visited Israel weeks after the arrival of members of the infamous Mavi Marmara Gaza flotilla, Israel Radio reported on Sunday. 

During their trip, the Turkish officials reportedly signed a contract guaranteeing the future delivery of 14 unmanned drones, provided by Israeli Aerospace Industries and Elbit, another signed other forms enabling them to ship to Turkey four of the drones purchased in Israel.

The value of the deal was said to reach $190 million.

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