Georgia is going to produce multifunctional unmanned helicopters

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TBILISI, (BM) – The Georgian military scientific and technical center Delta is preparing to produce multifunctional unmanned helicopters that can be used both for reconnaissance and during offensive operations, as well as for civilian needs, learned BulgarianMilitary.com, according a statement of the correspondent of the Russia’s newspaper Vzglyad in Tbilisi.

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According to the publication, the helicopter will be armed with anti-tank missiles and will fly at the lowest possible altitude to a distance of 150 kilometers.

The Minister of Defense of the country Irakli Garibashvili was acquainted with the preparations for the release.

Delta is already successfully producing and selling armored vehicles of various modifications abroad, in particular to Saudi Arabia and Indonesia.

The company also produces and sells abroad, and also supplies multiple launch rocket systems, mortars, and other weapons and ammunition to the Georgian Defense Forces.

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Meanwhile, in August, factory tests of the VRT300 helicopter class UAV began in Russia.

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Source: Vzglyad

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