Negotiations on purchase of Bayraktar TB2 UAVs manufactured by Baykar Makina (Turkey) for the Ukrainian army lasted about two years.
Operation of drones over large crowds of people and densely built-up areas is still banned.
Poland could help the Ukrainian company to develop such aircraft.
The drones has a great potential to save lives, increase safety, produce new jobs and boost economy growth. And 2016 is a great year for the future of commercial drones.
Production of attack drones is beginning in Ukraine. They will be produced at the Antonov aircraft manufacturing plant.
The Antonov state aircraft manufacturing enterprise has reached agreement on cooperation with the WB Electronics company (Poland), which will help the Ukrainian enterprise to develop tactical unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs).
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko is expecting to restore the state defense order for Kyiv-based Antonov state enterprise as part of the company's integration into Ukroboronprom state concern