A delegation from Kazakhstan MoD visited the Turkish Armed Forces’ Unmanned Aircraft Systems base.
A delegation from the Ministry of Defense of Kazakhstan, a friendly and allied country to which Turkey exports a variety of defense industry products, visited the 14th Unmanned Aircraft Systems Base Command in Batman, affiliated with Turkish Air Force Command. Turkey’s MoD announced:
“A delegation from the Ministry of Defense of Kazakhstan visited the 14th Unmanned Aircraft Systems Base Command between 23-25 November 2020, as part of examining the UAV and its facilities.”
Kazakistan Savunma Bakanlığından bir heyet, İHA ve tesislerinin incelenmesi kapsamında 23-25 Kasım 2020 tarihleri arasında 14’üncü İnsansız Uçak Sistemleri Üs Komutanlığını ziyaret etti.#MSB #TSK pic.twitter.com/WydilfwIVu
— T.C. Millî Savunma Bakanlığı (@tcsavunma) November 26, 2020
Kazakhstan tests Turkey’s Otokar Arma 8 × 8 ACV
Stating that Arma 8 × 8 trials were conducted last October, the Ministry of Defense of Kazakhstan also announced “Turkish company” Otokar ” was ready to send a sample of the armored wheeled vehicle Arma to the Kazakhstan Armed Forces for an experimental military operation”.
The first tests were carried out in March 2020, at the training ground in the Karaganda region, with practical shots day and night on a 6 km route with a snow cover 30-65 cm deep, where the practical firing was conducted during day and night.