Turkey will hand over to the Armed Forces of Ukraine “Bayraktary” for free, for which the Ukrainians raised money

The Turkish company decided to transfer three drones to the Armed Forces of Ukraine free of charge.

APU will receive Bayraktar for free \ photo ukroboronprom.com.ua
APU will receive Bayraktar for free \ photo ukroboronprom.com.ua

The Turkish company Baykar decided to donate three  Bayraktar strike drones  to the Armed Forces of Ukraine for free, for the purchase of which the charitable foundation of showman and volunteer Sergei Prytula collected.

This is stated  in the message of the company.

“Baykar is aware that the fundraising campaign called “People’s Bayraktar” has successfully raised the amount for the purchase of several Bayraktar TV2 UAVs for Ukrainians to protect their homeland,” the message says.

They noted that they know that businessmen and ordinary people have contributed funds – large and small – to achieve this goal within a few days. 

“Baykar will not accept payment for TV2 and will send 3 UAVs to the Ukrainian front for free. We ask that in return the collected funds be used to help the people of Ukraine in their struggle. We are touched by this solidarity and determination in the face of seemingly insurmountable challenges,” the statement said. companies.


Note that this gift is estimated at $15 million.

As UNIAN reported earlier, on June 22, the charity foundation of Ukrainian showman and volunteer Serhiy Prytula began a large-scale fundraiser for three  Bayraktar attack drones  for the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

And on May 29, Lithuanians collected 5 million euros in 3.5 days to purchase  Bayraktar  drones for Ukrainian soldiers. Although the initiator of the action, journalist Andrius Tapinas, planned to collect the necessary amount in three weeks. Then the Turkish company also decided to transfer these drones to Lithuania for free.

(C)UNIAN 2022


      • Baykar Technologies is donating 3 units of Bayraktar TB2 to Ukraine after successful crowdfunding.
        They said the crowdfunding money should go to help “the struggling people of Ukraine.”
        I think that comes to about $10m. It’s a private company. I think the owner married Erdogan’s daughter?

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