In this installment of our series examining foreign technologies used to deadly effect in last year’s Karabakh war, we’ll take a closer look at what German parts were used on the Bayraktar TB2 drones employed by the Turkish-Azerbaijani alliance.
In this article we’ll talk about the French additions to the Bayraktar TB2. First, we will look at the satellite used by Azerbaijan in last year’s war.
Canadian Foreign Minister Marc Garneau announced yesterday that his country is revoking its permits to export military products to Turkey.
Two German companies, Hengst and S.M.S Smart Microwave Sensors GmbH, are exporting products that were found on Turkish armed drones.
The French company Beringer Aero, a wheels and brakes maker, exported wheels to Baykar, which were used for the TB2 drones.
Caving to public and political pressure, the Canadian government has submitted documents to its parliament regarding the supply of military products to Turkey.
Andair, a British company that designs and manufactures precision aircraft components, has stopped supplying products to BAYKAR, a leading Turkish defense company known for its manufacture of the Bayraktar TB2 unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV).
On January 10, the French language daily Le Courrier in Switzerland published an article entitled “The Israeli-Swiss Weapon of Azerbaijan”.
The article reverberated in Switzerland; a country known for its policy of neutrality. This neutrality, however, is suspect given that Swiss technology is used by various manufacturers in the production of deadly weapons