Turkiye Set to Export Armoured Personnel Carrier to Georgia
ASFAT signed the signature on behalf of Turkiye and announced the agreement on social media. No details were shared about the vehicle to be exported.
Georgian Defence ministry’s budget was increased by $28 million for the following year. Defence minister Juansher Burchuladze said last month that the budget would be used to implement “medium- and long-term projects” with the support of foreign partners.
Georgia has acquired weapons and established joint enterprises that will produce rifles and drones. The country is also working on opening a large ammunition production plant.
The ministry plans to acquire anti-aircraft, anti-tank and anti-armour systems.