The hurdles in the path of building the 5th generation TF-X multi-role combat aircraft has only spurred Türkiye’s defence industry towards bigger success.
With the slogan "the wind is blowing from the Black Sea", the six-day event showcases the country's latest advancements in technology, especially in the field of UAVs.
Turkish military might is rapidly increasing thanks to its drone technology and investments in the domestic armament industry which for a long time was dependent on imports, says La Croix.
While reassuring Turkiye's support to Ukraine as a NATO ally, Presidential Communications Director Fahrettin Altun said the cooperation is not intended to hurt Russia.
Short answer: Yes. Long answer: No.
The man behind the development of the Turkish drone industry, Ozdemir Bayraktar planted the seeds of the country’s success 20 years ago.
Turkey's minister Varank said he believes Turkish drones will fly in the European skies in the near future.
While Russia and Turkey have shown willingness to keep building their ties, the two nations may face limitations due to their divergence in foreign policy.
Goal is to develop armed drones that can take off, land on aircraft carriers with short runways, says Turkey's President Erdogan.
Ankara realised that it cannot just rely upon NATO for its survival. The post-July 15 Turkey values self-reliance and alternative international alliances more than ever.
Poland becomes the first NATO country to purchase Turkish UAVs, which have proved their mettle in various high-intensity conflicts.
Poland will purchase 24 Bayraktar TB2 drones from Turkey's Baykar Defence, in what will be "the first time in its history" for Turkey to make such a sale to a NATO and EU member state, said Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
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