Azerbaijani parliament has already approved agreement for purchase of Turkish-made combat drones.

A Bayraktar TB2 armed drone, which was domestically produced by Turkey’s leading unmanned aerial platform developer Baykar, is parked at an airfield in 2017.
A Bayraktar TB2 armed drone, which was domestically produced by Turkey’s leading unmanned aerial platform developer Baykar, is parked at an airfield in 2017. (AA)

Azerbaijan has announced that it would purchase unmanned aerial combat vehicles from Turkey.

Speaking in a local TV broadcaster on the purchase of new weapons and military vehicles for the Azerbaijani armed forces, Defence Minister Zakir Hasanov Zakir Hasanov said his country sought to purchase Turkish-made combat drones.

"Efforts in this direction continue. Now, we have results," Hasanov said.

He underlined that "brotherly" Turkey had also provided financial assistance to Azerbaijan in the military field, adding that the Azerbaijani parliament had already approved an agreement for this.

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Turkey realised its program of developing and producing drones over a short span of 10 years. 

With these products, the Turkish Armed Forces have gained significant experience through its operations in Syria, Iraq and Libya.

Source: AA