Kazakhstan has begun testing a new nationally developed Shakala reconnaissance unmanned aerial vehicle. The UAV’s flight range is up to 30 kilometers. It can stay in the air for up to two and a half hours, it behaves steadily when the wind increases up to 14 meters per second.
Turkish and Kazakh media report on the visit of the Deputy Minister of Defense of the Turkish Republic Muhsin Dere to Kazakhstan.
A high-ranking Turkish official held talks with the Minister of Defense of Kazakhstan Nurlan Yermekbayev, during which they discussed the acquisition of various types of unmanned aerial vehicles of Turkish production with the further localization of their service at one of the Kazakh enterprises, as well as familiarization with the capabilities of armored vehicles produced by the military industrial enterprises of Turkey