today’s fresh news.. Ukraine Border tensions between Russia and Russia have long been on the world’s agenda. The Washington Post newspaper in the United States focused on the changing balance in the region after Armed Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (SIHA) sold from Turkey to Ukraine.
SİHAs, which alter the balance of military power in Ukraine, were first used against Russian targets on 26 October last year. “This was another signal to Russia that Ukraine is increasing its arsenal to potentially alter the military balance in the region,” the Washington Post wrote. it was said.
‘Turkey and Ukraine agree to build a production facility’
In the article, which emphasized that SİHAs for Russia were put on alert, “Turkey and Ukraine also agreed to establish a SİHA production facility in Ukraine.” expression has been used.
“I think this, of course, creates a completely different situation for hostilities. This is an emotional and real effect on the enemy,” said Ukrainian military expert Serhi Zagurets. said.
The Washington Post newspaper in the United States focused on the changing balance in the region after Armed Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (SIHA) sold from Turkey to Ukraine.
‘Sad news for Russia’
Ukraine’s Defense Ministry has said in the past, “The Ukrainian Armed Forces will continue to advance strategies and methods to deter Russian aggression and protect Ukraine’s interests.” Details have been posted.
“This is completely unpleasant news for the Russians. Ukraine is buying products, which are considered a ‘game-changing app,'” said Kiev-based analyst Oleksiy Erestovich. expressed as.
‘TB2 is using Inspire UK’
Bayraktar of the Washington Post, SİHAs, “provides stealth air power to countries for far less than the cost of maintaining a conventional air force. They have been prominently found in conflicts in Libya and Syria, but perhaps Azerbaijan against Armenia in 2020.” The use of TB2 inspired Ukraine.” expressions are used.
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