UAV Factory to supply UAVs to Latvia
UAV Factory is set to supply UAVs for the Latvian armed forces under an agreement signed with the Latvia Ministry of Defence announced on 5 March.
The UAVs will be deployed to support the Latvian armed forces in SAR, and aerial surveillance and reconnaissance, and will reinforce indirect fire support control capabilities.
Konstantin Popiks, CEO, UAV Factory, said: ‘We are truly proud to be a supplier of our aircrafts and solutions to the Latvian armed forces. These capabilities will enhance the security for Latvia and our global allies. Our team is dedicated to provide our customers with the end-to-end solutions they need to make critical decisions, regardless of the industry they operate.’
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