Turkey's Defense Industry Agenda 04 - 10 January 2021

Turkey's 5th generation communication satellite Türksat 5A was launched into space from the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station located in the US state of Florid on the top Space X’s Falcon 9 rocket on the 8th January.

Roketsan announced that the lot acceptance tests of its anti-tank missile, OMSTAS, are in progress noting that that the mass production of the missile continues.

The Turkish vice president Fuat Oktay, the Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama and his accompanying delegation visited the Presidency of Turkish Defence Industries.

FNSS on Monday announced it would provide amphibious armored combat earthmover (AACE) vehicles and one-manned stabilized turrets to the Philippine military.

ASELSAN has completed the qualification tests of its Boran 105-millimeter Airborne Light Towed Howitzer Fire Control System.

Turkish Aerospace carried the ratio of R&D to total revenue, which was 34.4 percent in 2019, to over 40 percent in 2020.

The exports of the Turkish defense and aviation industry, which amounted to 2 billion 740 million 694 thousand dollars in 2019, decreased by 16.8 percent in 2020 by that amounting to 2 billion 279 million 27 thousand dollars.

TÜBİTAK SAGE announced that the X-ray tests of the Within Visual Range Air-to-Air Missile Bozdoğan, that it developed within the scope of the Göktuğ Project, were carried out utilizing national infrastructures.

The Turkish Vice President Fuat Oktay paid a visit to ASELSAN with the Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama.

Ukrainian Ambassador to Ankara, Mr. Andrii Sybiha told Defensehere that the partnership between the two countries in the aviation, space and defense industry sectors continues with more than 30 projects.

The Minister of Turkish National Defense Hulusi Akar met with his Libyan counterpart Selahaddin Nemrush in Istanbul.

Turkey's Defense Industry Agenda 04 - 10 January 2021

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