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Saudi Arabia, Turkiye sign executive defense cooperation plan – SUCH TV


Saudi Defense Minister Prince Khalid bin Salman announced the signing of an executive plan for defense cooperation with Turkiye’s Minister of National Defense Yasar Guler, Saudi Press Agency reported on Tuesday.

Prince Khalid said in a statement on his Twitter account that two contracts with the Turkish side to acquire drones were signed.

Additionally, two acquisition contracts were signed between @modgovksa and @BaykarTech, under which @modgovksa will acquire drones, with the aim of enhancing the readiness of the Kingdom’s armed forces and bolstering its defense and manufacturing capabilities.

 The acquisition contracts were signed between the Saudi Ministry of Defense and the Turkish company Baykar.

“This is aimed at raising the readiness of the armed forces, and strengthening the Kingdom’s defense and manufacturing capabilities,” he said.

Prince Khalid said the decision to enhance defense cooperation between the Kingdom and Turkiye was in line with a directive and support from Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.

The signing was also a culmination of the course of cooperation between the two countries in the defense and military fields, the SPA report added.



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