Russia threatens to attack the Turkish UAV factory in Ukraine.

The Kremlin warned that Baykar’s armed drone factory in Ukraine would become “a target for demilitarization.”

“This facility will certainly become the target of a campaign of demilitarization. Opening the plant will only prolong the suffering of the Ukrainian people and, at the same time, will not prevent the main objectives of the special military operation. Special,” Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said at a press conference on August 9.

The comments came after Ukraine’s Ambassador to Turkey, Vasily Bondar, said that Baykar Group had established a company in Ukraine and had purchased land to build a factory specializing in the production of armed unmanned aerial vehicles (UCAV). ) Bayraktar TB2. The location of this plot is unknown.

Kilometers from the control tower, Each carrier can carry a load of 150 kg, of which the weapon’s weight is 55 kg. TB2 is equipped with MAM-L laser-guided missiles with four types of warheads with a maximum mass of 22 kg.

The Bayraktar TB2 showed its power through skirmishes on the outskirts of the capital Kyiv in the early days of the conflict, but the Ukrainian Air Force recently had to reduce the number of flights of this UAV line.

“They were very useful and important in the early days, when stopping Russian motorized convoys, but are now almost useless against strong enemy air defenses. TB2s are now used only for missions. Attacks and special operations,” the Ukrainian pilot, nicknamed Moonfish, revealed in June.