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Indonesia orders Anka UAVs from Turkiye

3rd August 2023 - 09:19 GMT | by Gordon Arthur in Rockhampton


The three services of the Indonesian military will receive a total of a dozen Anka MALE UAVs from Turkiye. (Photo: Gordon Arthur)

Indonesia becomes the eighth customer for the Anka, as Turkiye further cements its positions as a major supplier of UAVs.

Indonesia is procuring a dozen Anka MALE UAVs from Turkish Aerospace, according to a social media post by the Indonesian MoD published on 31 July.

It revealed that a cooperation agreement worth $300 million had been signed on 3 February, some six months earlier. It added that the ‘contract is currently in the activation process’ with the country’s Ministry of Finance.

It also noted that the 12 Anka MALE UAVs would be delivered within 32 months of the contract becoming effective. The deal also includes training and flight simulators.

Although the MoD later deleted its social media post, the deal

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Gordon Arthur


Gordon Arthur

Gordon Arthur was the Asia Pacific editor for Shephard Media. Born in Scotland and educated …

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