Turkey has stopped deliveries of Bayraktar TB2 attack drones to Ukraine

Turkish Bayraktar attack drones are no longer supplied to Ukraine.

Over the past three weeks, not a single delivery of Turkish Bayraktar TB2 attack unmanned aerial vehicles to Ukraine has been recorded. For this reason, the Ukrainian military has almost completely curtailed the use of such drones, of which the Armed Forces of Ukraine currently have no more than a dozen.

According to foreign analysts, over the past three weeks, there have been no flights to Ukraine from the Turkish city of Tekirdag, although earlier deliveries of drones for the needs of the Armed Forces of Ukraine were carried out once a week. Earlier, Russia expressed its protest against the provision of attack drones to Ukraine, however, in all likelihood, the refusal of supplies is due to the fact that the production capacities of Turkish enterprises are no longer enough even to ensure the supply of drones to the armament of the Turkish army, which is especially important against the backdrop of the Turkish military operations in northern Syria.

Moreover, in all likelihood, Ankara previously warned Kyiv that the supply of Bayraktar TB2 drones should not be expected in the near future, since a little earlier there was information that the Ukrainian Ministry of Defense ordered to reduce the use of Bayraktar TB2 drones.

It should be noted that the last time the activity of the Ukrainian attack drones Bayraktar TB2 was observed in early May in the area of ​​​​Snake Island.