Baykar CEO ruled out the supply of Bayraktar UAVs for Russia, stating support for Ukraine. Turkish company Baykar does not consider any deliveries of Bayraktar unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) for Russia possible, and will continue to support Ukraine, no matter what.
The possibility of cooperation with Moscow was ruled out by the company’s CEO Haluk Bayraktar in an interview with the BBC.
“Money is not a priority for us. Money and material resources have never been the goal in our business. Our friendship and cooperation with Ukraine have been going on for many years. Therefore, no matter how much money we are offered, frankly, there can be no question of handing them over in this situation (Russia — approx. ”
Earlier, the company’s CEO said that construction of a Bayraktar UAV production plant had begun in Ukraine. He added that in addition to the production workshops, a research center will be located at the facility.