Turkey proceeds with purchase of 10 Israeli unmanned aerial vehicles

Turkey decides to procee

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December 22, 2009 13:21

 
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Turkey has decided to go through with the purchase of ten unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) from Israel, Israel Radio reported Tuesday. The announcement of the decision was made Monday by the director-general of Turkey Aerospace Industries. Official affirmation of the deal is expected in the coming days. Israel and Turkey agreed on a $185 million UAV deal four years ago, but the Turkish defense minister in July announced the deal would not go through as scheduled due to Israeli delays. President Shimon Peres met with Turkish President Abdullah Gul while in Copenhagen and Defense Minister Ehud Barak is to travel to Turkey in January for talks with his Turkish counterpart.

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