Kazakhstan is going to produce military UAV

21 September 2016
Kazakhstan is going to produce military UAV

Kazakhstan is going to produce its own military unmanned aerial vehicles based on Israeli technologies.

The Ministry of Defense of the country has already purchased Skylark and Hermes drones. Currently, one is negotiating with Elbit Systems manufacturer about assembling and maintenance service of these drones in Kazakhstan. The agreement is expected to be concluded at the end of this year, and at the same time one should solve the license issue. A subsequent equipment delivery will, most probably, require another half year.

Original UAV production volume had to be 5-10 units per year. Then these original figures had to increase by 20 units annually. Involved specialists will complete preparatory training in Israel. The project will be implemented in the Aviation Technical Center in Astana.

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